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To create an Accordion, simply click the item in the WYSIWYG that looks like this — “[ ]”. Then go to “Actions” > “Accordion”. This will give you a popup asking you for things such as whether it should collapse, or be left open, and what “class” it should have. You can effectively ignore this popup, and simply click the blue “Insert Shortcode” button at the bottom.

The shortcode will be automatically inserted into your WYSIWYG wherever your typing-cursor was (so make sure it’s where you want to accordion to be!). Each Accordion section has 2 components – the title, and the content. To change the Accordion title, go to the line that says “wc_accordion_section title” and update the language where it currently says “Section 1”.

Accordion content can be entered on the line which currently says “Sample Content”.

Accordions are populated with 2 sections. If you need to add more, simply place your typing-cursor on the line ABOVE the final line of the accordion shortcode, go back to the “[ ]” item in the WYSIWYG, and go to “Actions” > “Accordion Section”. It will give you the opportunity to customize the title, and then click “Insert Shortcode” and you should be good to go!