accordions or list containers??? 2...

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interested in setting up a "Table of Contents" for my site -- too much time spent with books?!!

and adults learn better when they're trying to solve specific Qs,
(i) so should I be looking into list containers or accordions, are they the same?
the user guide is mute on this ("coming soon")
(ii) how best to make this "attractive" on the web??
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Accordions can be made from UL/li elements. I do believe Bootstrap has the built in classes to make your accordion simple to build.
here's an example that may help you get started. … =accordion
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thanks, Eric, not quite the question(s) I was asking -- this is the simple form of "accordion" in things like mobirise -- not quite a real accordion -- as you'd find here -- called here a multi-level dropdown menu,
but some other places call these accordions
or a collapsible list group

I'm just not sure on the constraints or terminology applying in BB/FF/RSD
a collapsible list group with "fancy innards" -- brief title of "chapter sub-section" with brief description of what's in that section

but I guess, maybe, one could build the sort of component I have in mind, something like a cross between the two?

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