Using these examples, you should get the idea of how easy it is to incorporate Active X controls within your application, and take advantage of the work that other people have done to improve the look and feel and also the usability of your application without a significant investment from you in programming time. OBJECTIVE ACADEMIC DETAILS ACADEMIC PROJECT DETAILS OTHER INFORMATIONS WORK EXPERIANCE MISCELLANEOUS REFERENCES This question is unlikely to help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet. But I need to hide the div 'work_exp', if I hide that div, next div should come that place automatically, but HTML leaving it as a blank space.
These examples are designed to be implemented by running SBClient Version 5.4 or later in an SBDEMO account in GUI on SB+ Release 5.4 or later using Uni Data 6.1 or later on a UNIX® or Windows® OS or Uni Verse 10.1 (Pick compatibility) or later on a UNIX or Windows OS. The second example shows how you can present data within an HTML object.
Both of these examples use Active X controls, that are provided to you for free, that you should already have on your PC. Since this is HTML, you can make use of all the HMTL formatting and presentation capabilities.