4 Ways to Create Awesome CSS-Only Accordions

Content accordions make a useful design pattern. You can use them for many different things: for menus, lists, images, article excerpts, text snippets, and even videos

Most accordions out there rely on JavaScript, mainly on jQuery, but since the use of advanced CSS3 techniques became widespread, we can also find nice examples that only use HTML and CSS, that make them accessible in environments with disabled JavaScript.

Creating CSS-only accordions can be a tricky task, so in this post we will try to understand the main concepts developers use when they need to create one.

In creating CSS-only tabs there are usually two main approaches, each of them has two frequent use cases. The first approach utilizes hidden form elements, while the second one makes use of CSS pseudo-selectors.

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