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Using Read More Containers

How to wrap content in a "Show the Full Details" or "Read More" container

Tom O'Dea avatar
Written by Tom O'Dea
Updated over a week ago

Your handbook probably has what we'd call "case-specific" content. Text, usually legal language, that most of your audience members (aka employees) don't really care about or want to read for 98% of their time at your company. But when they need it, it's gotta be there! With Blissbook, you can hide this content behind a button (it's still always available via search).

You can enable these buttons via the Read More Container, which is a button towards the right side of the editor toolbar:

Pro Tip: You can now have multiple Read More containers within a text section but you cannot "nest" one Read More into another. There are also some sections that will not allow read more buttons - when this happens it will be greyed out in the toolbar.

After you add one, it will look similar to this in the editor:

To read the content underneath your Read More tag, audience members will have to click a button.

You can customize the text of your button in the Branding panel. Toggle your table of contents to show your branding panel instead (bottom left corner of the editor):

Because the content behind your Read More button is initially hidden from audience members, they'll have to click a checkbox when signing their acknowledgement that says they understand this content is a part of the handbook.

If you encounter any issues or have any questions, let us know!

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