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Adding a Load More Button to your Content

This article will show you how to display more content while providing an improved user experience by utilizing a Load More button.

Showcasing your content on the web is more essential than ever. However, there's so much content and only so much real estate on a web page before the viewer stops scrolling. Web designers and developers have recognized this behavior in website visitors and have implemented different techniques to display content in the most intuitive way while still providing the volume of content some visitors may require.

Your blog may have 1,000 entries but you don't want to show all of them on a single page or it will take an extremely long time to load and cause an information overload that may even increase your bounce rates. In the case of these 1,000 entries developers would likely "lazy load" any entries over a certain integer. In our example, we don't have 1,000 entries so a simple "Load More" and some JavaScript will suffice.

Below is the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript required.

Step 1 - load-more-button.html

Copy and paste the code below into load-more-button.html

Step 2 - load-more-button.css

Download the CSS below and include it in your web page


Step 3 - load-more-button.js

Copy and paste the code below into load-more-button.js

Step 4 - Add the includes below to your web page

In this tutorial we showed you how to add a "Load More" button to your content that displays additional content when clicked. Now you can customize the design and make it your own!

Scott Madara
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