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Manohar Karamballi
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Hai All!
This is not question entirely related to server processing. But it demands some server side design decisions to be made.
Pls go through and suggest me your valuable feedback.
I am designing a HTML page that Contains two tabs. While displaying page i have two sets of data(one for each Tab..).
This HTML page is part of an application that has more server side processing and data fot this tabs are generated from Server. But more often than not these data will remain same.
So I am getting all data required at once from server. Now there are cases(Very rarely Happening,,) There is possibility that user might change content of the Tabs and can come back to new page. At that time We have to show a new page.
Now my Question are as follows.
1) Can we implement Tabs without using Javascript?
2) Is CSS helpful in this Context?
3) what are browser depedent issues in that?
4) Do we need to store the Data in session always? (Note that Tab Data are rarely changed and we need to show that Changed Data. If we go for storing Data in session that it results in considerable overhead as user rarely changes that data. If not, How can we handle the case refreshing the page with new Data?)
Any Input and Suggestions are appreciated.
TIA
Rgds
Manohar
 
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