Collapse-O-Matic is a WordPress plugin that removes clutter and saves space. Display and hide additional content in a SEO friendly way by wrapping content in an [expand] shortcode.
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Collapse-O-Matic

  • Contributors: twinpictures, baden03
  • Donate link: https://plugins.twinpictures.de/plugins/collapse-o-matic/
  • Tags: collapse, expand, collapsible, expandable, expandable content, collapsable content, shortcode, hidden, hide, display, accordion, accordion, jQuery, javascript, roll-your-own, twinpictures, read me, read more, more, plugin oven
  • Requires at least: 4.7
  • Tested up to: 5.0-alpha-43773
  • Stable tag: 1.7.10d
  • License: GPLv2 or later
  • License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html

Description

Collapse-O-Matic adds an [expand title="trigger text"]hidden content[/expand] shortcode that will wrap any content, including other shortcodes, into a lovely jQuery expanding and collapsing div. A complete listing of shortcode options and attribute demos are available, as well as free community support.

Installation

  1. Old-school: upload the collapse-o-matic folder to the /wp-content/plug-ins/ directory via FTP. Hipster: Ironically add collapse-o-matic via the WordPress Plug-ins menu.
  2. Activate the Plug-in
  3. Add a the shortcode to your post like so: [expand title="Displayed Title Goes Here"]Hidden content goes here[/expand]
  4. Test that the this plug-in meets your demanding needs.
  5. Tweak the CSS to match your flavour.
  6. Rate the plug-in and verify if it works at wordpress.org.
  7. Leave a comment regarding bugs, feature request, cocktail recipes at https://wordpress.org/tags/jquery-collapse-o-matic/

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I translate this plugin into my favourite language?

I am a Social Netwookiee, might Twinpictures have a Facebook page?

Does Twinpictures do the Twitter?

How does one use the shortcode, exactly?

Is Galato the same as Ice Cream?

  • No. Not even close.