There is a helluva gotcha with styling a
<details element, as documented here by Kitty Giraudel. It’s obscure enough that you might never run into it, but if you do, I could see it being very confusing (it would confuse …
Let’s have a look CSS
<summary> elements (which combine to form …
We’ve mentioned before just how great the
<summary> elements are. They’re great for quickly making accordions that are accessible to touch, mouse, and keyboard input:
<summary> can even be used to play/pause gifs…
slideDown() function was already available in the first version in 2006.
In this article, we will see how you can animate the native …
Gosh bless the
<details element. Toss some content inside it and you have an accessible expand-for-more interaction with just about zero work.
<summary in there to customize what the expander text says.