Elementor Switch All Toggles Open & Close Button

Elementor Switch All Toggles Open & Close Button

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In this tutorial will show you how to add a "toggle all" open / close button that will open or close all the Elementor toggle that are in a given section or container.

See the demo here:

Features:

  • Toggle all the toggles open or closed
  • Change the colors of the toggle all button to your liking
  • It works with sections and containers
  • It works for two or more sets of toggles in the same section / container (as seen in the demo)
  • You can have other independent sections / containers with toggle all buttons, that will control their own set of toggles.

Let's get started!

First, prepare your page with Elementor toggles

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12 Responses

  1. HI Maxime. I have found this tutorial really useful on a number of websites. Thanks so much.

    On a page I am just building, I use toggles for FAQs and the code you provided. All FAQs are open on page load. Now, I need to link text on the same page to specific FAQs. I tried the code you provide here - https://element.how/elementor-open-specific-tab-toggle-accordion/. It works, but the toggle closes instead of remaining open. I am not a coder. Thanks for any help you can provide.

    1. Hey Steve!

      Use this code instead:

      <script>
      document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function() {
      jQuery(function($) {
      $('.toggler_all').click(function() {
      let tabContents = $('.elementor-tab-content');
      let tabTitles = $('.elementor-tab-title');
      if (!$('.toggler_all')[0].checked) {
      tabContents.slideUp();
      tabContents.removeClass('elementor-active');
      tabContents.attr("hidden", "hidden");
      setTimeout(function() {
      tabContents.removeClass('same-height');
      }, 400);
      tabTitles.removeClass('elementor-active');
      tabTitles.attr('aria-expanded', false);
      tabTitles.attr('aria-selected', false);
      tabTitles.attr('tabindex', -1);
      } else {
      tabContents.addClass('same-height');
      tabContents.slideDown();
      tabContents.addClass('elementor-active');
      tabTitles.addClass('elementor-active');
      tabTitles.attr('aria-expanded', true);
      tabTitles.attr('aria-selected', true);
      tabTitles.attr('tabindex', 0);
      }
      });
      });
      });
      </script>
      

      Cheers!

      1. Thanks, Maxime! I found a very similar solution myself.

        Cheers! Great content here.

  2. Nevermind, I figured it out. I would like to post the adjusted JS for anyone else to use, but I am getting a 403 error when trying to comment it here.

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