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switch infoboxes Edit
I've made a template with subtemplate for the inline switching. I think that works exactly how it should now. There's only one problem I can see with these tabbers (although I'm not sure if that exists or not in the JS version), which would be that you can only make a single switch infobox per page. So, I was thinking about it, and I think there might be a way to eliminate the use of id=""s completely. The ids are used right now because <label>s don't work otherwise, but that also means that instead of using the id to determine what tab the checkbox belongs to, we could simply use classes for the checkbox when it comes to the CSS part of it, and then just assign a randomised id to the checkbox, to which the label is attached. So, that would be something like this:
<input type="radio" name="1" class="switch-radio switch-radio-1" id="switch-radio-RandomString1"> <label class="switch-tab button wikia-button" for="switch-radio-RandomString1">tab 1</label>
Then we could just change every line like
#switch-radio-1:checked ~ #switch-content-1, to
.switch-radio-1:checked ~ .switch-content-1,. Then we'd be able to use multiple switch templates on a single page. The only problem with this is that there's currently not really a good random string/number/anything generator available on this wiki. Could you think of something? The only kind of thing that I could think of that might work is something similar to runescape:User:Joeytje50/random, but then not dependant on #time:s (since that will be constant on 1 pageload). Joeytje50 talk 01:16, November 27, 2013 (UTC)