I have a News and Event page where I add all these updates related to this companies site every month. The list keeps growing and growing. It doesn't make sense to have the whole page load. I was wondering if there is a widget or some trick (Using code) that loads a section once the user reaches the end of the page. Kind of like how Twitter and Facebook does it. Once you reach to the end of the page more content gets loaded.
Please help! Thank you!
P.S. I did find a forum that had the "correct" answer, but the links to the answer don't link to anything anymore unfortunately: Is there a 'Show More' option widget for Muse?
Looks like these widgets have been discontinued. You can vote for this feature request here.
I found a tutorial in which the author has explained creating a Show More option using the Accordion panel. This might not be the solution you are looking for but it can probably provide you with clues to consider options within the current limitations of Adobe Muse.
Thats a good idea visually. But will it work as a regular "show more" button would? As in not load everything unless "show more" is selected?
I'm thinking is the perspective of loading this page faster since there is a lot on content to load.
Maybe this helps you out, unfortunately needs a subscription at muse-themes.com