Excerpt Content with CSS and JavaScript

posted by Audee | Sunday, July 20, 2008

Sometimes when you have much creative ideas to write on your blog post, you will have long words to tell the readers. So, whenever your visitors landed to the front page of your blog, they need to scroll down a bit more. The consequence is that probably you can only have limited recent posts at the front page.

Excerpt the blog content would be a great idea since, you can expose more recent posts at the front page of your blog. I surfed down a cool tutorial from Rob Glazebrook of CSSnewbie.com that will show you how to hide away extra bits of content using CSS and JavaScript, to be revealed at the click of a button.

Excerpt Content with CSS and JavaScript

Displaying the additional content doesn’t require a refresh or navigation to a new page and all your content is still visible to search engine bots that don’t pay any attention to CSS or JavaScript.

visit the tutorial »
view the demo »

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3 Comments:

  • this is exactly what iam looking for. wanna use it for bloggembira.blogspot.com ... thx ..

    By Blogger Permana Jayanta, At July 28, 2008 at 9:38 PM  

  • hello buddy,
    Myself Ranjith,
    A Friend as well as Colleague of
    Shiva. (www.selerines.blogspot.com)
    Just visited your blog and well now inviting you to my blogspot (www.ranjitzone.blogspot.com)and also to be my friend.

    HAPPY FRIENDSHIP DAY ...!
    Do Visit my Blog and send your comments..!

    By Anonymous Ranjith, At August 3, 2008 at 3:50 AM  

  • Permana,
    Waaah use it use it... silahkan Dik :D

    Ranjith,
    Ya new buddy, nice to meet you :). Thank you for the invite :D I will visit and drop a line to your blog for sure!
    Keep intouch

    By Blogger Graphic Identity, At August 3, 2008 at 8:51 AM  

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