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I've been trying to find a screenshot of a website with this function, but to no avail, so I'll have to try to explain it as best I can.
My client writes a new post every morning. He wants it displayed on the front page, but unobtrusively. So my thought is this:
A top bar that has some text like "Today's post! Click here to read it!". As it's clicked on, the bar drops down like a menu, but instead of menu items, the most recent post from that category is displayed. Then, the bar can be collapsed again if the user chooses.
The posts are very short, typically between 20 and 40 words, if it matters. Anyone have an idea on this?
As you posted this a while ago, I'm hoping that you were able to get your issue resolved 🙂 - if not, report back here, so it can be escalated.
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