I am new to this so be kind…I am building a website and a large portion of the pages will have “city specific” information at the top. Below the “city specific” area I have three columns set to start at specific pixel levels. To create the info section, I assume I need to do something like a “read more” at a certain point in the text to truncate the additional text unless the reader wants to read more. I thought this would be simple but…. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Yes, that is the direction I am headed. From scratch…gotta learn sometime :) . I will try the text element you describe. Is there an easy way to put a read more button? I assumed it would require some script.
So your thinking was that the “read more” would be directed to another page… right?
That would be pretty hard to maintain…I have seen pages that just roll out the additional text. Maybe the simplest at this point is to have a fixed height text box that allows the reader to scroll up and down the content. Is that a simple approach? Not sure how to fix a height but am learning ALOT as I dive in. THANKS for the help btw.
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