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  1. I have a simple setup where I have a collapsed menu. When you click on the button, it will open a menu. If the menu is already opened and you open another menu, the previous menu will collapse. All that works. The only thing I noticed is that It will not collapse the opened menu if I click the same button. That menu will only collapse if I open a different menu. I was wondering how the code below will look with that extra function added? Here's the code for that. <h5 class="mobile-collapse__title">Title Button</h5> <div class="mobile-collapse__content"> <ul> <li>list 1</li> <li>list 2</li> <li>list 3</li> </ul> </div> <script> $(document).ready(function($){ $(".mobile-collapse__title").click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); $('.mobile-collapse__content:visible').hide(); $(this).next('div.mobile-collapse__content').show(); }); }); </script>
  2. Hello, I'm finishing a content manager, but I have a little problem with a iframe. Let me explain: I have a url stored in a table in a database, which is the path to a page called "galeria.php", which is a dynamic gallery. This gallery is loaded on the site when the user clicks on a submenu button called "portfolio". The iframe loads the gallery when clicked the "portfolio" button. So far so good. Loads exactly when and how I want. The problem is that when we are not on the "portfolio" page, the iframe keeps the occupation of space, even having no content. This causes on the website, unnecessary scroll. In practice what I ask, is how to do that when the iframe has no content, it becomes "hidden" or not take up space on the page. Thank you
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