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How to group parameters of mucow's into accordion menu?

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Hey guys, I am new to widget development and am wondering how I can group my different parameters into an accordion menu. Could you give me some advice? I didn't find anything in the mucow documentation.

Many libraries have this option, that you have to open the desired category, to set up the options you want. Here an example:2017-07-08_19-16-35.png

Thank you in advance

This is done with the <section></section> tags. If you use Brackets as your editor, there's a mucow language plugin that automatically gives you contextual syntax for the tags.

I hope this helps.

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How to group parameters of mucow's into accordion menu?

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Hey guys, I am new to widget development and am wondering how I can group my different parameters into an accordion menu. Could you give me some advice? I didn't find anything in the mucow documentation.

Many libraries have this option, that you have to open the desired category, to set up the options you want. Here an example:2017-07-08_19-16-35.png

Thank you in advance

This is done with the <section></section> tags. If you use Brackets as your editor, there's a mucow language plugin that automatically gives you contextual syntax for the tags.

I hope this helps.

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This is done with the <section></section> tags. If you use Brackets as your editor, there's a mucow language plugin that automatically gives you contextual syntax for the tags.

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Cool, this is exactly what I was looking for!

Thank you so much.

Do you know if there is a newer documentation than this one? MuCow Documentation

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That is the latest version. It covers up to 2017.0. As far as I'm aware, there are no more updates to the mucow code since then. It really does need to be expanded on, though. A lot of features are only skimmed over.

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