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jQuery - StackPanels

 <div class="testSubject2">
            <h2 id="header_puppies"><a href="#">Puppies</a></h2>
            <div id="panel_puppies">
              <img src="puppy-1.jpg"><img src="puppy-2.jpg"><img src="puppy-3.jpg"><img src="puppy-4.jpg"><img src="puppy-5.jpg"><img src="puppy-6.jpg">
            <h2 id="header_flowers"><a href="#">Flowers</a></h2>
            <div id="panel_flowers">
              <img src="flower-1.jpg"><img src="flower-2.jpg"><img src="flower-3.jpg"><!--img src="flower-4.jpg"><img src="flower-5.jpg"><img src="flower-6.jpg"-->
            <h2 id="header_food"><a href="#">Food</a></h2>
            <div id="panel_food">
              <img src="food-1.jpg"><img src="food-2.jpg"><img src="food-3.jpg"><img src="food-4.jpg"><img src="food-5.jpg"><img src="food-6.jpg">

One feature that the accordion widget lacks, present in its tabs widget kinfolk, is the
innate ability to load content via Ajax. Not wanting our accordions to suffer from an
inferiority complex, let’s see how we can easily add that ability using the knowledge
that we have at hand.
Tabs specify the location of remote content via the href of the anchor tags within
them. Accordions, on the other hand, ignore the href of anchor tags in their header
unless the navigation option is being used. Knowing this, we’ll safely use it to specify
the location of any remote content to be loaded for the panel.
This is a good decision because it’s consistent with the way that tabs work (consistency
is a good thing), and it means we don’t have to needlessly introduce custom
options or attributes to record the location. We’ll leave the anchor href of “normal”
panels at #.
We want to load the panel content whenever the panel is about to open, so we bind
an accordionchangestart event to the accordion(s) on our page with this code:
if (info.newContent.length == 0) return;
var href = $('a',info.newHeader).attr('href');
if (href.charAt(0) != '#') {
In this handler we first locate the opening panel by using the reference provided in
info.newContent. If there’s none (which can happen for collapsible accordions), we
simply return.
Then we locate the anchor within the activating header by finding the <a> element
within the context of the reference provided by info.newHeader, and grab its href
attribute. If it doesn’t start with #, we assume it’s a remote URL for the panel content.
To load the remote content, we employ the handy load() method, and then
change the href of the anchor to #. This last action prevents us from fetching the content
again next time the panel is opened. (To force a load every time, simply remove
the href assignment.)


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