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Published on Feb 3, 2014
The "Accordion" library widget built into Adobe Muse does not get much love. It may be because they are difficult to style, or difficult to add content to, or difficult just to find a use for... but in this tutorial I show you a pretty different way to incorporate the Accordion. By using a single tab, an accordion can be an easy way to hide, then reveal content on click. There is a super cool hidden advantage as well; when they open, they push everything else on the page down. This allows you to keep the page minimal and clean until the viewer elects to expand something for addition information...