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Sometimes you may want to hide parts of your post or page content to give that article a compact look and allow users to click and see more information if they want. This technique is famously known as the toggle effect which is used across numerous websites in various different ways. The hidden content becomes visible when a user clicks on a specific link or button. This show/hide toggle effect is extremely handy for a FAQ page. You land on a page where you see bunch of questions listed. When a user clicks on the question, the answer expands right below. When you click on the question again, the answer will collapse. In this article we will show you how to show and hide text in WordPress posts and pages with the toggle effect.

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Sometimes you may want to hide parts of your post or page content to give that article a compact look and allow users to click and see more information if they want. This technique is famously known as the toggle effect which is used across numerous websites in various different ways. The hidden content becomes visible when a user clicks on a specific link or button. This show/hide toggle effect is extremely handy for a FAQ page. You land on a page where you see bunch of questions listed. When a user clicks on the question, the answer expands right below. When you click on the question again, the answer will collapse. In this article we will show you how to show and hide text in WordPress posts and pages with the toggle effect.
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