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Accordion Navigation

Overview 

We have developed a navigation method for secondary navigation, in which the levels of navigation expand up and down, rather than popping out.

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  • There is a small charge associated with this feature. Please contact your Client Success Manager for more information. If you are not sure who your Client Success Manager is, please contact Support.



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    Melanie Benzel

    It would be nice to see a little more about what this looks like when the menu is expanded and to understand what the advantages are other than the direction the navigation flows.t

    Actually, I see now that is is an expanded view in the screenshot but it is hard to tell how it would "feel" in real time. Any example websites would be helpful.

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    Virginia Eads

    I agree this help page is not very helpful - it doesn't give me any idea of what "popping out" really means. Nor why this would cost more.

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    Jackson Wright

    Hi Virginia,

    "Popping out" just means that the menu expands downward and stays expanded until manually closed. The default "flyout" version expands to the side and only stays open as long as a mouse cursor is hovering over the menu.

    Accordion menus provide greater accessibility because they require less tracking to navigate as the menus will stay open until intentionally closed. For instance, individuals with dexterity disabilities may find it difficult to maintain the mouse cursor over the default fly-out menu, but won't have that difficulty with accordion menus.

    The additional fee covers time spent styling the menu and enabling the feature.

    If you have any additional questions regarding the fee, please contact your Client Success Manager.

    Thank you!