The accordion widget is another UI widget made up of a series of containers for your content, all of which are closed except for one. Therefore, most of its content is initially hidden from view. Each container has a heading element associated with it, which is used to open the container and display the content. When you click on a heading, its content is displayed. When you click on another heading, the currently visible content is hidden while the new content is shown.
It should be noted that the height of the accordion's container element will automatically be set so that there is room to show the tallest content panel in addition to the headers. This will vary, of course, depending on the width that you set on the widget's container.
In this article by Dan Wellman, we are going to cover the following topics:
- The structure of an accordion widget
- A default implementation of an accordion
- Adding custom styling
- The configurable properties
- Built-in methods for working with the accordion
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In this article by Nir Simionovich, we will develop our first ever AGI script using PHP scripting language. This article deals with the most basic elements of AGI scripting and the information contained within. So, take time to familiarize yourself with this article, especially if you intend to use a language different from PHP.Read Asterisk Gateway Interface Scripting with PHP in full
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Asterisk AGI enables an IVR developer to develop IVR structures that are sometimes, bordering on the absurd, as applications tend to become more and more complex by using AGI. However, there are some scenarios where common dialplan practices are no longer applicable, and the use of an external logic is a must. Enter AGI!Read A Primer to AGI: Asterisk Gateway Interface in full