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    Question need advice on content

    Hi all,
    I designed this web www.jobnjob.org it got lots of content under portfolio tab.i am a new web designer.so i need to cut the portfolio adjust like that ppl don't scroll much. i did divided that in sections in http://ammardesigns.com/JOB%20V2/portfolio.php still i think the text which is less leaves lot of space beneath it.so any idea how to manage it or any tricks?
    Thanks in advance

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    You could use a Javascript (or FLASH) accordian method to collapse the text under each heading; allowing the user to CLICK on a heading to expand the text.
    Likewise, the text could appear in a separate DIV and a hover or click on the heading would populate the div with details.
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    Can u send me code for expanding or collapsing div tags

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    You don't need javascript.

    I've done something similar on my site for the color chips in the left sidebar. CSS ...no javascript. It's just a modified sliding menu script.

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    div+css is a popular choice for ppl like you
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    Just make internal links for every title of your portfolio list.


    normal link: <a src="www.site.com/page.html">link text</a>
    internal link: <a src="www.site.com/page.html#tag">link text</a>

    The tag after # specifies a part of page.html. The tag name has to be a unique id-attribute of an element of that web-page.
    Remember to put a 'back to top' internal link after each peace of text!

    Here 's an example: http://www.yourhtmlsource.com/text/internallinks.html


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