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The Seja Framework supports accordion pages. These pages are great for displaying a large amount of content where sections can be hidden. A great example of where this is useful is a Frequently Asked Questions list, where readers only want to see the content that is relevant to them.
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WordPress 5.0 has just been released and at Presshost we’ve been busy updating sites as part of our Managed WordPress hosting service. This update introduces a new editor to WordPress, replacing the TinyMCE editor that has been included since its inception and is already proving to be divisive within the … Continue reading