I often have the dilemma that a client has large amounts of information and wants it all displayed on a single page. I still, however, care what my pages look like and don't want to present customers (yours or mine) with reams and reams of text or rows and rows of red t-shirts, blue t-shirts, yellow t-shirts ...
One way of presenting information, is to hide it until it becomes relevant. If the customer is looking for blue t-shirts, let him click the button for blue t-shirts and have the page expand ...
Here are five different ways to cram loads of information into the smallest space possible ...
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