In this tutorial, we will be creating an according from the Elementor Loop Grid element. It will be a multi row accordion, meaning that the content will show up below the current row, even if there are 1, 2, 3 or more items in the row.
Yet it will all still be responsive, and on mobile, the accordion will be stacked as expected.
An added feature is that it is stable. Opening an accordion lower down the page, while another one is already open, won't create any change in the scroll position of the page, leading to much better UX. Normal accordions would change the scroll position, and then the users have to go and try to find where they were... none of that here.
We will be using the Elementor Loop Grid element, and a custom loop template.
See the demo here:
- Stable: no annoying change in scroll position.
- Fully responsive: 3row on desktop, 2 on tablet, 1 on mobile? no problems!
- Design freedom: while my demo above is not going to win design awards, yours might! You can design the cards as you wish.
- Fully dynamic: we are using the Loop Grid element with the Loop template, so all the content is fully dynamic, from posts or a CPT.
- Ideal for team members sections
- Ideal for WooCommerce Products listings: works well instead of a quick view lightbox
- Easy to replicate: copy paste the templates
The Flex Container feature needs to be activated for this tutorial to work.
Let's get started!