This is my second review of this plugin. Previously it only supported plain-text content, not even links. It has changed, but not for the better.
Problem 1: How to add content!@#!!&*
I installed this and added one to a page, which started me out with three empty headings. I then clicked around for several minutes trying to see how to add content to a section.
Eventually I happened upon the answer — you have to add an accordion item to the ones it inserts by default. If you do that, opening handles appear on all the items and you can expand them to add content.
It’s very difficult to imagine how this wasn’t noticed by the developer if they did any testing AT ALL.
Problem 2: Doesn’t work in preview mode.
Using Twenty Twenty-One theme, no special style rules. Apparently the stylesheet for the plugin doesn’t load in preview.
Problem 3: Editor appearance doesn’t reflect selected options.
This seems to be a variation on the first problem. I select Classic vs Gradient appearance for the tabs, and nothing changes. I save and view the page (since as noted, preview doesn’t work) and the titles still have gradient appearance.
After multiple edits, I got the “classic” styling to work, but when I put a nested accordion block into one of the sections, its tabs had the same styling as the containing accordion — the options I selected for the nested block were ignored.
This was sloppily done, and released with basically no testing. I have lost all confidence in this developer and will not be reviewing any future versions.
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