Manually populated radgrid or other expand/collapse control

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  1. Jeremy
    Jeremy avatar
    36 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2014

    Posted 12 May 2014 Link to this post

    I'm looking for an expand/collapse control to display different sections/Panels on the page.  These are static sections and would be hardcoded.  The data within each section will be dynamic but the sections themselves would be hardcoded.  None of section names exist in a database.  So I'm looking for a control that will let me manually define each section.  I would like to use CollapsiblePanel in ajaxToolkit but this is a multi-developer environment and none of the other developers have ajaxToolkit installed.  However, we do all have RadControls installed.  So a RadControls alternative to CollapsiblePanel would be preferable.  Is there such a thing and I just haven't found it yet?  I explored RadGrid but couldn't figure out how to just add my own static rows.  I have 10 pre-defined panels/rows and only one column so I feel like using RadGrid would be complete overkill but haven't found a RadControl that will doa basic CollapsiblePanel effect.

    Section Title:  User Information
    Panel:  Multi-line User's Information

    Section Title:  User History
    Panel:  Detail User History

    Section Title:  User Assignments
    Panel: Detailed User's Assignments

    And so on, all collapsible so the visitor can collapse the sections and see more on the screen at a time.  

    Any thoughts?
  2. Eyup
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    3827 posts

    Posted 15 May 2014 Link to this post

    Hello Jeremy,

    Thank you for contacting us.

    You can use the RadPanelBar control provided by Telerik bundle:

    You can also check the RadTabStrip control integrated with RadMultiPage:

    Hope this helps. Please let us know if you need further assistance.


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