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JQuery replace div

 
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I have a div element1

and inside I have a menu div and a content div, like this:



But I do also have another menu2 which is hidden and will be display when user select one of the menu item in "id=menu" Menu. In css, i put like this:


I want to replace id=menu with id=menu2 when user click item in id=menu, my jquery would be :


Surprisingly, the first time user click item in id=menu the id=menu2 appears and replaced id=menu.
But then try again 2nd time, it doesn't work. The id=menu2 is not appearing. Unless I refresh my page.

Am I doing anything wrong with my JQuery code ?

Please help...its urgent
Thanks
 
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That html markup is invalid, you are missing uls.

You are creating two copioes of the same element on the page. You need to remove the original one.

Eric
 
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I used .hide() and .show()...and it works.

Thanks a lot then.
 
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