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Hey ninjas / ninjarettes, in this JavaScript tutorial I want to run through a detailed example of how we can use the onclick event in JavaScript to create cool functionality on our websites.

In this example I’ll use the onclick event to create a ‘show more’ style content box which expands and shrinks as you click the button.

Any questions, fire away :).

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  1. I have 4 buttons and each displays different div item. Onclick each button will show in a content Display Div . but must close whatever is already showing. How can I achieve that.

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