Adding an Accordion (Template)

  • On the editing page, click the "Insert" tab in the toolbar and select "Template". A box will appear containing the accordion template. Click 'Ok' to add.
    Template Accordion popup box
  • Multiple header labels paired with text will appear. Save these changes and view the page to see how each header expands and collapses to show its hidden content. Go back to the editing page and move your cursor to the first header label. Type in your first header to replace the template header label. Accordion header step1Next, add the content that will appear for that header.
    Accordion content step2
  • Save your changes and view the page. Click the header you added to view the hidden content. If you're pleased with the results, go back to editing and continue editing the headers labels and adding your content. 

  • Once your accordion has all of its content, there may be unused template labels. You can remove these by selecting the header labels and its pairing text and deleting them. If you need to add more labels, select the labels and copy and paste as many as you need. (View the example below.)
    Accordion step3


What is an avocado?

The avocado (Persea americana), a tree with probable origin in South Central Mexico is classified as a member of the flowering plant family Lauraceae.[2] The fruit of the plant, also called an avocado (or avocado pear or alligator pear), is botanically a large berry containing a single large seed.

How do you buy a good avocado?

If an avocado looks ripe, you should still feel it to test its ripeness. Hold it in the palm of your hand, and squeeze gently. A ripe avocado should yield to firm, gentle pressure, but shouldn't feel overly soft or mushy.

What's the best way to prepare them?

In guacamole.