<multi-toggler data-toggle-class="sr-only" data-target-next>Multi-Toggler</multi-toggler>
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<multi-toggler data-toggle-class="sr-only" data-target-next>
    Multi-Toggler
</multi-toggler>
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  • Content:
    export default class MultiToggler extends HTMLElement {
      connectedCallback () {
        const targetSelector = this.getAttribute('data-target')
        const hasNextElementSiblingTarget = this.hasAttribute('data-target-next')
        this.toggleClass = this.getAttribute('data-toggle-class')
        const initClass = this.getAttribute('data-init-class')
        const toggleOnInit = this.hasAttribute('data-toggle-on-init')
        this.toggleSelfClass = this.getAttribute('data-toggle-self-class')
        const initSelfClass = this.getAttribute('data-init-self-class')
    
        this.targetElements = []
        if (targetSelector) {
          this.targetElements.push(Array.from(document.querySelectorAll(targetSelector)))
        }
        if (hasNextElementSiblingTarget) {
          this.targetElements.push(this.nextElementSibling)
        }
        if (toggleOnInit) {
          this.toggle()
        }
        if (initClass) {
          this.toggleTargets(initClass)
        }
        if (initSelfClass) {
          this.classList.add(initSelfClass)
        }
        this.onclick = this.toggle.bind(this)
      }
    
      toggle () {
        this.toggleTargets(this.toggleClass)
      }
    
      toggleTargets (className) {
        if (this.targetElements[0]) {
          this.targetElements.forEach(
            target => target.classList.toggle(className)
          )
          this.toggleSelf()
        }
      }
    
      toggleSelf () {
        if (this.toggleSelfClass) {
          this.classList.toggle(this.toggleSelfClass)
        }
      }
    }
    
  • URL: /components/raw/multi-toggler/multi-toggler.js
  • Filesystem Path: components/05-atoms/togglers/multi-toggler/multi-toggler.js
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  • Handle: @multi-toggler
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  • Filesystem Path: components/05-atoms/togglers/multi-toggler/multi-toggler.html

Toggles a class on elements.

Expects arguments:

  • data-target: Selector for Elements which shall be toggled upon

  • data-target-next: Add next sibling element to targets

  • data-toggle-class: the className which shall be toggled on targets

  • data-toggle-on-init: Toggle targets on init

  • data-init-class: add this class initially to targets

  • data-toggle-self-class: the className which shall be toggled on the toggler itself

  • data-init-self-class: a className this toggler should get on itself on init

Example:

<multi-toggler data-target=".one-thing, .other-thing" data-toggle-class="toggled">
</multi-toggler>