The accordion effect is in many ways similar to tabs – the main difference is the way in which panes are shown and hidden. Here we have collected 10 of the many Tabs and Accordions you would definitely love to find out about. Enjoy!
Premuim Box Accordion Menu – Responsive
2. Fresh Content Accordion
A simple, yet very eye-catching and colorful accordion with the help of CSS, jQuery and the easing plug-in for some fancy effects.
3. Sweet AJAX Tabs with jQuery 1.4 And CSS3
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a colorful AJAX-powered tab page with CSS3 and the newly released version 1.4 of jQuery.
4. TN34 Timetabs – jQuery Plugin
This jQuery plugin by Mario Alves creates tab container that switches automatically every cycle (or interval) to next tab – the plugin is compatible with most modern browsers.
5. Easy Accordion – jQuery Plugin
The Easy Accordion plugin by Andrea Cima Serniotti will get your definition lists (DTs) and generate a nice and smooth horizontal accordion. You can then decide to make it a timed slideshow or leave it still.
6. jQuery Smooth Tabs Plugin
jQuery Smooth Tabs is an easy to use plugin, which allows you to display your content with some nice effects, for better user experience.
7. Elegant Accordion – jQuery And CSS3
This easy-to-follow tutorial teaches you how to create an elegant accordion for content. The idea is to have some vertical accordion tabs that slide out when hovering.
8. Collapser – jQuery Plugin
Is a very light-weight multipurpose collapser plugin made for expanding and collapsing elements, and it can collapse any element within a document.
9. Horizontal Accordion using the Tabs
It’s easy to create horizontal accordions with tabs. Just use the built-in horizontal effect and a little bit of CSS tweaking. You can create wildly different looks and sizes with CSS and you can set the event configuration property to mouseover so that the panes are revealed upon mouseover.
10. Multiple Tabs and Accordion instances
Since jQuery Tools 1.1.0 it is possible to instantiate multiple accordion (or tabs) instances with a single call. Here you can see five different Tabs where the last three of them have been nested under the second Tabs instance.