Collapsers are expandable elements that hide page content until you trigger it open. We use collapsers to hide content in very long documents, out of consideration for our readers. Here's an example collapser:
Here are some examples of when to use collapsers in your document.
Collapsers are useful for...
Here are examples when you have a long list of definitions, such as configuration values, API calls, or parameters:
Here's an example when you have multiple options, such as a procedure with steps that vary depending on your application environment: Collecting PMI metrics.
Large code blocks
Here's an example when you have a code block that is longer than about one screen height: Writing API tests.
Here's an example when you want a cleaner substitute for
To create a collapser, you'll need to use our collapser code.
Here's an example of the collapser source:
<CollapserGroup><Collapserid="collapser-source"title="Collapser source"><dl class="collapser-list"><dt id="collapser-1">Collapser 1</dt><dd><p>This is the first example collapser.</p></dd><dt id="collapser-2">Collapser 2</dt><dd><p>This is the second example collapser.</p></dd></dl></Collapser></CollapserGroup>
To open or close a collapser:
- Click the open buttons or Show/Hide All.
- Arrive at an individual collapser via an anchor ID. For example, go directly to Collapser 1 in the example above.
- Type the shortcut keys
s(to show) and
- Use CMD+F (or CTRL+F) to find in page and all the collapsers will open automatically.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.