Shortcodes for creating accordions, horizontal accordions and tabs.
Squelch Tabs and Accordions Shortcodes makes available 8 shortcodes: [accordions], [accordion], [haccordions], [haccordion], [tabs], [tab], [toggles] and [toggle]. The plural tags (accordions, haccordions, tabs, toggles) are wrappers that define the group of tabs or accordions. The singular shortcodes (accordion, haccordion, tab, toggle) represent the individual content items within each group.
Full instructions can be found on the Squelch Tabs and Accordions Shortcodes project home page on the Squelch Web Design website.
Yes. The plugin creates jQuery UI accordions and tabs, jQuery UI-compatible toggles, and the horizontal accordions have been set up to use jQuery UI themes by default. So changing the jQuery UI theme in use on the page will change the appearance of the widgets. To change the jQuery UI theme simply go to Appearance > Tabs and Accordions and choose a theme from the dropdown menu.
You can also style the widgets with your own custom CSS if you wish by using the .squelch-taas-override class, but that is beyond the scope of this FAQ. Instructions are available on the Squelch Tabs and Accordions Shortcodes project home page.
Mostly compatible, yes. The initial goal of the plugin was to provide compatibility with that plugin as a way for those who've been left stranded by the demise of TheThe Tabs and Accordions plugin to continue using their accordions, horizontal accordions, tabs and toggles. I've changed some of the defaults for the widgets from what TheThe Tabs and Accordions used so if you've not been explicit when creating shortcodes you may notice some changes. I believe the defaults are better and more in line with what most people will want. Also, some minor functionality has still not been implemented so if you rely on those functions you might spot a few inconsistencies. Feel free to raise a support request on the plugin forum if functionality you require is missing.
No. This plugin has been written from the ground up as a new plugin that happens to be compatible with TheThe Tabs and Accordions. It provides a number of fixes to issues that were present in TheThe Tabs and Accordions, and even offers some new functionality.
When TheThe Tabs and Accordions plugin stopped working I provided a temporary fix to help keep everyone's sites limping along. This fix was always intended to be temporary. If you receive the following message:
Squelch Tabs and Accordions Shortcodes has detected that you are using a fix for TheThe Fly’s Accordions and Tabs plugin that was made available by Squelch some time ago. The fix in question is NOT intended as a long-term solution and should be removed as soon as possible. By using Squelch Tabs and Accordions you do NOT need the fix. Please see this article for instructions on how to remove the fix from your website.
then you still have the fix enabled on your website. You will need to find the fix (look for function thethe_fix) and remove it. More information can be found on the Squelch Tabs and Accordions Shortcodes project home page.
Sure, on the Squelch Tabs and Accordions Shortcodes project home page.
If you're on an older version of WordPress and still want to use the plugin then you will need to load a newer version of jQuery and jQuery UI. jQuery is pretty straightforward to upgrade (see the jQuery updater plugin) but I've not been able to find a plugin that does the same thing for jQuery UI. Maybe if I can find time I'll write a plugin that offers this functionality, if I can get it past certain members of the WordPress.org plugin review team. It's also possible to add some code to your theme to achieve this goal, I'll try and put some documentation together for this shortly.
All widgets is in this plugin are responsive excluding the horizontal accordion widget: It uses a different library to the other widgets, and that library is unfortunately not responsive. We may add a responsive horizontal slider in the future, but it is not available yet.
Yes! As of version 0.3.7 it is possible to link to a tab. The easiest way to achieve this is to open the tab you want to link to and, if you take a look at the page address, it should change as you click the tab. If you copy and paste this address it should link directly to the tab you have chosen.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Active Installs: 5,000+
3 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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