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Dear All,
I am designing a page. I have a drop down menu like
 

<select class="select" id="country; name="selcountries" onChange=""
          <option value="1" selected="selected">UK</option>
 
          <option value="2">Germany</option>
          <option value="3">Australia</option>
          <option value="4">India</option>
          <option value="5">Singapore</option>
 
My concern is if i select any country from the drop down , another tab of date range(datepicker) should display.
 
Any help will be highly appreciated.
Posted 2-Sep-12 22:40pm
Comments
@amitgajjar at 3-Sep-12 4:58am
   
go ahead and do that. whats your issue ?
enhzflep at 3-Sep-12 23:50pm
   
Without having any idea what the required mechanism is for showing the date-picker control, this is a generic approach that will do the job. You can define makeVisible - whether it's a call to a javascript function that's needed, or just a change to an element's visibility attribute of it's style, or whatever.
 
function handleSelectChange()
{
var curValue = this.value;
var myDateElement = document.geteElementById('insertDatePickerIdHere');
makeVisible(myDateElement);
}
 
....
 
<select class="select" id="country; name="selcountries" onChange="handleSelectChange();"

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