By default the content is hidden and user will have to click on the “Show Content” link to toggle it. Similar to what Engadget is doing for their press releases. Example usage:
[showhide type="pressrelease"]Press Release goes in here.[/showhide]
I spent most of my free time creating, updating, maintaining and supporting these plugins, if you really love my plugins and could spare me a couple of bucks, I will really appreciate it. If not feel free to use it without any obligations.
- No configuration is needed
Works great! Easy to use. But i have to edit manually 'cause it does not have shorcut.
I appreciate the simplicity. No fluff 🙂
- NEW: Added aria-hidden and aria-expanded to elements
- NEW: Added
.sh-contentas a standard class name on top of the type specific class name.
- NEW: Added do_shortcode() to allow shortcode to be parsed within ShowHide
- FIXED: Some theme uses
display: noneand hence I have changed
.sh-hideto advoid conflicts.
- NEW: Added additional
hideclass to the link and content depending on the visiblity of the content to allow more precise CSS styling.
Version 1.00 (01-05-2011)
- FIXED: Initial Release