Basic Accordion using CSS Flexbox


flexbox accordion

In this blog, we will share another simple yet interesting snippet about accordion design. This project is about how to create a basic accordion using CSS flexbox. Have a look at the video demo below to get an idea about the snippet. There are lots of projects related to HTML, CSS, and javascript on our Website. Below the homepage, you can click the load more button to see the snippets.

I hope you have watched the video demo. We will design a basic accordion in this project. An accordion is a type of menu that has a bunch of headings on top of one another. The associated content will either be revealed or hidden when clicked. We have used CSS Flexbox layout to make this accordion. A one-dimensional layout pattern called CSS flexbox makes it easy to design flexible and effective layouts.

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Basic Accordion using CSS Flexbox [ Source Code ]: 

You have to create two files in order to create this snippet. There are two files, one with an a.CSS extension and the other with an a.html extension. The External CSS file needs to be connected with the HTML file. If you want to use the code in your project, copy it and paste it into it. If the code doesn't work in your browser, then you should download it from the button below.  



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