With jQuery plugins you can get the attention of visitors and save space e.g. on the front page at the same time. Accordion scripts work a bit like content sliders but often visitors need to take action get access to the hidden content elements. The way accordions are typically designed makes them great for giving users a quick overview but they work best if the number of content elements is relatively low – basically to limit the number of tabs. In this article, you will find a collection of useful jQuery accordion plugins and some tutorials you can use to improve your website. The majority of these items are free so you can grab some cool accordion scrips without spending anything. It wasn’t that easy for me to find a lot of great jQuery accordion plugins around….so the supply is not as high as for e.g. sliders and jQuery menu plugins. If you know a script we should add to the article then please share this in the comment section. We are also happy to hear your thoughts and feedback. Enjoy!
Follow this tutorial to create a vertical showcase slider with jQuery
and CSS transitions. You can create a full screen slider that can move
its section in opposite directions.