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Accordion Module

Use accordions or tabbed modules on a page when you want to display several sections of content (or lists of links) in a smaller area. Do not use Heading 2 or 3 within the body area of an accordion or tabbed module. The title of each tab acts as the headline.

Accordion-style module example

Horizontal Rules

Use horizontal rules within the body of a page to define a clear separation between two sections of content. These should be used sparingly. If the page has a large amount of content on it and you are using a horizontal rule, consider creating two pages.

Horizontal rule

Tabbed Modules

Use accordion or tabbed modules on a page when your content contains several sub-sections or lists of links. Do not use Heading 2 or 3 within the body area of an accordion or tabbed module. The title of each tab acts as the headline. Keep each word in tab titles at 10 characters or fewer - otherwise, they may become partially obscured on a mobile device. If you need to use longer words, consider the accordion module.

Tabbed-style module

Tables

Tables should be used to display data. Tables should not be used as a formatting tool.

Table example