New content feature available on Procedures sites
We’ve recently implemented a new content feature called ‘Accordions’ on our Procedures sites. Accordions are beneficial as they hide some of the content on a page until a user chooses to see it. This means that visitors can quickly find the information they need, without having to scroll through lots of material which may not be relevant.
This style of menu is a useful tool for website administrators who want to improve the experience of their users. They can make webpages load faster, which is important because people tend to lose patience with slow websites. They are also a great way to make sure that mobile users can navigate the site more easily.
In addition to the practical benefits of using accordions, they can also help with search engine optimisation (SEO). By organising content in a logical and easy-to-navigate way, accordions can make it easier for search engines to find and index your pages.
The image below shows an accordion menu outlined in the red box:
By clicking on the arrow to the right-hand side of a menu title, it expands to show the rest of the content within that section:
If you have any questions about this update, then feel free to get in touch with the team who will be happy to help. Please give us a call on 01234 779050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.