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Dynamic creation of variable to apply a style

Dynamic creation of variable to apply a style

(OP)
Very new to Javascript and trying to run before I can walk but I am trying to use a javascript routine to change styling dynamically - I have a number of <Div> with generated IDs pix1, pix2 pix3 etc and images with an onclick function example hidepix(1), hidepix(2) etc. I am trying to write a function that that takes the value, generates a variable and applies styling to that Div

function hidepix(x){
var px="pix"+x;
px.style.display="none";
}

But it isn't working - any ideas?

So, in other words, how do I dymanically create a variable that I can apply a style to?

RE: Dynamic creation of variable to apply a style

Hi

Like this ?

CODE --> JavaScript

function hidepix(x)
{
    document.getElementById("pix" + x).style.display = "none";
} 

Feherke.
feherke.ga

RE: Dynamic creation of variable to apply a style

(OP)
Easy as that... many thanks

RE: Dynamic creation of variable to apply a style

(OP)
Just as a matter of interest I tried to apply a max-width using same method but without success - any suggestions please?

document.getElementById("pixb" + i).style.max-width="20%";

RE: Dynamic creation of variable to apply a style

For style properties using javascript that have a '-' word separator you remove the '-' and capitalise the letter following the dash.

Chris.

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