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Toggle DIV Visibility w/ Cookie

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I have lots of dynamic content, sometimes a user might want to hide an item from being seen. There are automatically numbered IDs for each DIV that I wish to hide.

I'm currently using:

function toggle_visibility()
		if (document.getElementById)
			for (var i = 0; i < arguments.length; i++)
				target = document.getElementById(arguments[i]);
				if (target.style.display == "none")
					target.style.display = "";
				} else {
					target.style.display = "none";

However, I'd like use a cookie to remember the user's visibility preference.

I've been Google searching for hours to no avail; whoever provides a solution will make my day.

Also, a note of apology to the moderators for my double thread submission.

Edited by aLemmer, 20 May 2009 - 09:47 PM.

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