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Nandakishore J
Nandakishore J
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Can someone please help me? On the click of an id, another class needs to appear and it should get hidden on another.

I want to create a menu, and with or without JQuery, when I press an image, the menu should appear from nowhere. On the second click of the image, which acts as the button, it should be hidden back.

It would be better if there is any way, when clicking on the button, the class of a div should be changed to another div.

Thanks in advance for answering.

1 Answer

This is absolutely possible. I haven't tested the following code, but it should point you in the right direction.

Without jQuery:

document.getElementById('menuButton').onClick = function() {

Javascript also has classList.contains() and classList.toggle() functions available.

With jQuery:

$('#menuButton').click(function() {

jQuery also has hasClass() and toggleClass() functions available.