The accordion effect allows you to create several sections, of which only one is open at a time. If one section is selected, the first one closes automatically.
Operating mode: Here you select the operating mode of the accordion element.
|Single element||In this mode the element creates a single accordion section with a text element and an optional image.|
|Start envelope||In this mode the element opens a new accordion section into which any other content elements can be inserted.|
|Envelope end||In this mode, the element closes an accordion section previously opened using “Envelope Beginning”.|
Section Heading: Each accordion section has an always visible heading, which can be used to open it. HTML input is allowed here.
CSS-Format: If you want to format the section headline with CSS code, you can enter a format definition here.
Class names: Leave this field empty to use the default class names or enter your own toggler and accordion classes.
Text: Here you can enter the text of the accordion section. The input is done in the same way as for the text element using the Rich Text Editor.
Add an image: Here you can add an image to the element.
Individual Template: Here you can overwrite
ce_accordionStart the standard
The element generates the following HTML code for a Single Element:
<section class="ce_accordionSingle first ce_accordion ce_text block"> <div class="toggler">…</div> <div class="accordion"> <div> <p>…</p> </div> </div> </section>
Otherwise the generated HTML code looks like this:
<section class="ce_accordionStart first ce_accordion block"> <div class="toggler">…</div> <div class="accordion"> <div> <div class="ce_text block"> <p>…</p> </div> </div> </div> </section>
Note that the contents of each accordion section is enclosed by two (!)
<div> elements. This is necessary for the effect to work and be formatted across browsers.