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  1. I just started using w3.css. I noted that in a summary/details block the arrow to click open or close is not shown any more. By inspecting the w3.css file, I discovered that the statement "summary {display: block;}" causes the disappearance. As work-around I removed it, without visible side-effect. My question: is there an alternative way to get an arrow in w3.css?
  2. Dear all: Below is how we can collapse and uncollapse a block of text suitable for FAQ or other similar effects, using HTML5. It seems it is supported by Chrome so far. The browser, however, will automatically highlight the output of the <summary> tag with a box. Is there a way of removing such box? Thanks. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <article class="collapsible_faq"> <details> <summary>Why do You Operate this Type of Business?</summary> <p>This is a feature of collapsing and uncollapsing a block of text using HTML5. It is just supported by chrome so far and Safari has started working on it. You should click on the little arrow to the left to collapse and uncollapse the text. </p> </details> <details> <summary>In Which Countries Do You Presently Work?</summary> <p>This is a feature of collapsing and uncollapsing a block of text using HTML5. It is just supported by chrome so far and Safari has starting working on it. You should click on the little arraow to the left to collapse and uncolapse the text. </p> </details> </article> </body> </html>
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