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Creating Dynamic Website Content with Tabs & Accordions

In the 1990's (yeah, a long time ago), we had few options available to us to present content effectively on any given website.

For the most part, website editors created many standalone pages and organized them through the hierarchy of a drop-down main menu.

In order to view more content related to the content being viewed, the visitor had to click on a menu item and wait for the new webpage to load.

Thanks to the awesomeness of technologies, such as JavaScript, we now have more creative and user-friendly means of displaying content for consumption.

On our website platform, we've created several fun and easy ways to display content dynamically, without the need to visit a new webpage or wait for a webpage to refresh or load.  Here, we'll outline two of these methods: Accordions and Tabbed Content.


Our accordion widget allows you to create expandable content that expands when a title is clicked.

Accordion Widget Demo

This is perfect for things like Frequently Asked Questions, or content that is easily organized by title.

We've made it easy for you to insert rich content into the content area for any accordion content area... such as photos, videos, formatted text, links, etc.


Tabbed Content

Our tabs widget gives you the ability to create fun tabs, which, when clicked, reveal the content for that particular tab.

Tabbed Content Demo

Gone are the days when you need to create long pages of content or multiple pages to display related content.

Just accordion or tab it!

One final note... these widgets are 100% mobile-friendly, so they work great on tablets and smartphones.

Carson Weber

Carson lives near San Antonio, Texas with his wife and four children. He directed adult formation on the parish level for three years in Brenham, Texas and new media evangelization on the diocesan level for five years in northern California. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 2001 (BBA, Information Technology) and Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2004 (MA Theology).


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