Here’s a tough one.
I’ve created an index of articles at this page: Marketing Tools, Tips, and Techniques from Leading Experts | Jamie Turner
When the visitor rolls their mouse over the title to an article, the text from the article is populated in the text box on the right hand side of the page. No problem so far.
My issue is that when I’m working in Freeway Pro, every time I add a new article to the page, I have to place it over the old article. That means all the articles are on top of each other and create a visual mess. There are times when I’m going to need to see, for example, the 5th article down to make an edit to it. When they’re all on top of each other, I can’t tell the 5th article from the 10th article.
See the problem?
My question is whether there’s a way to click through the layered articles so I just see one at a time.
Make sense? This is a tough one, which is why I went to the pros like y’all. (That’s Southern U.S. speak for “you all.”)
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