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How to change contents of page with sidebar? HTML/CSS or JavaScript?


I'm creating a simple form with 4 sections, for both mobile and desktop. When a user selects an item I want the contents of the page to update. http://imgur.com/WUKb7Es

What is the best practice? Do I just show() / hide() the page contents or have separate pages, and change them in the HTML?

Thank you!

1 Answer

Uhhh you dont want to create a website for every possible combination, right :) ? I would prefer a back-end language but since this is no option go with JS

Okay! I'm working on it with a backend dev. So I guess I can create the designs and he will finish the rest?