Is this generally theme specific, or is there a plugin which can enable this? I am currently building a FAQ section which would look much neater if I could have each question collapse to reveal the answer.
Any help is much appreciated
Not an expert, but it seems it is a combination of ajax and/or java for a plugin.
Check this post http://www.wpthemesplugin.com/wordpress … post-list/
and it seems wordpress.org has some good options.
Not sure you can apply it to answers though.
Maybe find a blog are check what yahoo answers uses for theirs and view the source code to find ideas.
Again not an expert.
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