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So you can complete this task easily with jQuery, which is a javascript library. Take a look at http://api.jquery.com/slidetoggle/ . jQuery isn't a replacement to javascript and you still should learn how it works. Also it helps to have a rock solid understanding of css selectors to use jQuery. Lastly, check out the front-end track on treehouse.