Collapse-O-Matic Button Test

There are a couple of ways a button can be used as a collapse-o-matic trigger:

using a stylized div

Push me
this is the hidden content


[expand title="Push me" trigclass="noarrow my_button" targclass="my_content" tag="div"]this is the hidden content[/expand]


.my_button {
background: #4B55E3;
color:  white;
padding:  5px;
width: 130px;
text-align: center;

 background: #999;
text-decoration: none;

margin-left: 0;

Using a html button:


[expand title="Push me" trigclass="noarrow my_button" targclass="my_content" tag="button"]this is the hidden content[/expand]
this is the hidden content

Collapse-O-Matic Nested Spacing Issue

Solution 1: Remove all hard returns in source:

Observation and Interpretation

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Focus On: Topics


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Moravian Community Life

Women’s Roles

Material Culture

Purpose of Portraiture

The American Revolution: Boston

The American Revolution: Bethlehem, PA

The Artist: John Singleton Copley

The Artist: Johann Valentine Haidt

Discussion Questions

Primary Sources

Young Moravian Girl

  • Writings/ memoirs of 4 Moravian women
  • Extracts from Moravian diary confirming Haidt as teacher
  • Lafayette’s letter to his wife describing Bethlehem
  • Various Moravian portraits by Haidt and prints of Bethlehem

Mrs. George Watson

  • The death sermon of Mrs. Watson
  • Paul Revere’s print of the Bloody Massacre
  • John Singleton Copley’s letter about George Watson
  • George Watson’s resignation letter to Gen. Gage
  • Henry Pelham’s letter on Tea Party incident
  • Letter by Richard Clarke about tea shipment (Boston Tea Party)
  • Letter from Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Cranch about daughter of Mrs. George Watson
  • Various portraits of family members by Copley
  • Contemporary transcript of the Boston Massacre Trials