Accordion & Toggle


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Accordion Shortcode

[accordion id="ACCORDION_ID"]
Params Default Possible Values Description
id The accordion unique id
[accordion_item id="ITEM_ID" title="ITEM_TITLE" open="YES OR NO"]
Params Default Possible Values Description
id The accordion item unique id
title The accordion item title
open no yes , no , true , false The accordion item content show status


On some of the Envato Marketplaces (particularly ThemeForest and CodeCanyon) authors sell a range of items including themes and plugins for open source platforms. These platforms include WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and a number of others, most of which are licensed under the General Public License (GPL).

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If you want to use something that is licensed under the GPL (whether as a buyer or an author) then, to meet the terms of the GPL, the GPL license must also be included with the item when it’s distributed because those terms also govern any further use of the part of that item that’s distributed under the GPL. For an author, this means that when they upload their item, it should include a text file containing the GPL.

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Toggle Shortcode

[toggle id="TOGGLE_ID" title="TOGGLE_TITLE" open="YES OR NO"]TOGGLE_CONTENT[/toggle]
Params Default Possible Values Description
id The toggle unique id
title The toggle title
open no yes , no , true , false The toggle content default show or hide


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