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Set the state of the panel

Set the state of the panel: Creating Expandable Panels with jQuery
Set the state of the panel: Creating Expandable Panels with jQuery

When someone clicks the trigger element, we'll use a CSS class to set the state of the panel. We used a pseudo-element to add the plus sign to indicate if the element is “opened.” Now we'll want to use a minus sign to indicate to the user that clicking the element again will close the panel. Preview in a browser to test the links.

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