How do I add the "more" link so I can show a small amount of text and have the rest expand?
I have a Home Page using a Content gadget to give some About Us info. I'd like to initially just show the first paragraph and have a "more" link to allow the user to expand the information if they want. I tried using the Collapse function and it shows the "more" link properly but still shows all of the text below that.
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Karen Wall commented
Apparently this is doable - here's the link to their Help article
Matthew Thomure commented
Here's a simple example using jQuery. I hope this helps.