As you already learned in a previous tutorial, CKEditor, the default WYSIWYG Editor for Drupal 8, can be enhanced through the installation of different plugins. They add buttons to the editor with additional features.
Content editors often need to embed accordion tabs into their articles, for example, to present a group of Frequently Asked Questions with their answers or to visually divide a topic into several subtopics.
The CKEditor Accordion module for Drupal 8 allows editors to insert an accordion directly into the WYSIWYG Editor (and therefore into the node) without the need to configure additional modules or even views.
This tutorial will explain the usage of this module. Let’s start!