So, the way I’d go about this is wrap your pairs of triggers and text in divs. I.E.
TO PROMOTE JUST YOUR OWN BUSINESS
So, now all we need to do is, find the clicked element (in jQuery, $(this)), find its parent (parent()!) then find its children (children()) but of the class expand (so that becomes children(“.expand”) and then use that variable as the target in the Toggle, BOOM.
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oh okay. thats because its on website tonight.
the reason its there 4 times is because I have to go to page, script and each time i close the window and re-open script it clears every time it sets it. and has default content in there. for some reason i can’t get the original content of the script file. and neither can i clear it! not sure what to do.