Accordion Shortcodes

Averis also has the possibility to add accordions to any page to effectively show your content in a more compressed way.

Need to display content differently? Also Make sure to check out the
Pricing Table Shortcodes as well.

FAQ   Accordions

  • Accordion with any amount of items
  • Icons can be added in front of the accordion item headline
  • Can be added to any page or blog/portfolio post

  • Does Averis work on mobile devices and tablets?

    Averis is a fully responsive theme which means that its size adapts to mobile phones / ipads and different resolutions.

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  • Need help? You can use our ticket support system!

    For pre-sale questions and product support, ThemePunch uses a convenient ticket system.

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  • I don’t want the site to be in english. Is it possible to localize Averis?

    Averis is using state of the art .mo, .po files and can be easily localized using a plugin (guide is included).

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  • Another accordion tab without an icon.

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