Well, there seems to be a zillion empty paragraph tags inside the accordion element, and that’s definitely holding the thing open. You seem to be using the tag as the header, and the
tag as the disclose element. If you’re doing this, you really have to pay exquisite attention to your construction. Try the following in a new empty page, with no other styling applied.
Draw an HTML box on the page, and double-click into it to get a text cursor.
From the main menu, choose Insert / Graphic Box. Double-click into that box and type some text to get your graphic header text. Adjust the dimensions of the graphic box to be an appropriate size.
Double-click in the HTML box to get a text cursor, and press the down-arrow repeatedly until your cursor is after the graphic box.
From the main menu, choose Insert / HTML Item. Double-click into that box and type a few paragraphs of text. Resize the HTML box to be full-width, and ensure that it is set to flexible height.
Double-click in the outer HTML box and repeat steps 2 - 4 for each additional header/body pair.
Ensure that your outer HTML box is set to flexible height. Apply the Accordion Action to the outer box, and set it to img and div as the header and disclosed element, respectively.
Note carefully – always use the arrow keys and Insert / [object type] to get the stack of elements into your outermost HTML box. Don’t press the return key, don’t try to out-think the way the application will create the layout. When you are done, you should have NOTHING inside the accordion element that is not either a header or a disclosure element. If you want to space things apart, or add a header to the list, then use styles for the former, and either a completely different tag (like an H1) or another element, outside of the accordion element.
Hope this helps,
On Sep 19, 2013, at 10:46 PM, sampolfonz wrote:
I set this up according to the instructions, and the elements that are to reveal are either not showing or leaving space.