Tailwind CSS Accordion - React

Use our Tailwind CSS Accordion component to allow the user to show and hide sections of related content on a page. There are many ways to use this component, like displaying a list of FAQs, showing various menus and submenus, displaying the locations of a particular company, and so on.

See below our simple and versatile Accordion example that you can use in your React and Tailwind CSS projects. We also included some Accordion props that are available.


We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
import { Fragment, useState } from "react";
import {
  Accordion,
  AccordionHeader,
  AccordionBody,
} from "@material-tailwind/react";
 
export default function Example() {
  const [open, setOpen] = useState(1);
 
  const handleOpen = (value) => {
    setOpen(open === value ? 0 : value);
  };
 
  return (
    <Fragment>
      <Accordion open={open === 1}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(1)}>
          What is Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 2}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(2)}>
          How to use Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 3}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(3)}>
          What can I do with Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
    </Fragment>
  );
}

Custom Accordion Icon

You can modify the open/close state icon for Accordion component using the icon prop.

We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
import { Fragment, useState } from "react";
import {
  Accordion,
  AccordionHeader,
  AccordionBody,
} from "@material-tailwind/react";
 
function Icon({ id, open }) {
  return (
    <svg
      xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"
      className={`${
        id === open ? "rotate-180" : ""
      } h-5 w-5 transition-transform`}
      fill="none"
      viewBox="0 0 24 24"
      stroke="currentColor"
      strokeWidth={2}
    >
      <path strokeLinecap="round" strokeLinejoin="round" d="M19 9l-7 7-7-7" />
    </svg>
  );
}
 
export default function Example() {
  const [open, setOpen] = useState(0);
 
  const handleOpen = (value) => {
    setOpen(open === value ? 0 : value);
  };
 
  return (
    <Fragment>
      <Accordion open={open === 1} icon={<Icon id={1} open={open} />}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(1)}>
          What is Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 2} icon={<Icon id={2} open={open} />}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(2)}>
          How to use Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 3} icon={<Icon id={3} open={open} />}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(3)}>
          What can I do with Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
    </Fragment>
  );
}

Custom Accordion Animation

You can modify the open/close state animation for Accordion component using the animate prop.

We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
import { useState, Fragment } from "react";
import {
  Accordion,
  AccordionHeader,
  AccordionBody,
} from "@material-tailwind/react";
 
export default function Example() {
  const [open, setOpen] = useState(0);
 
  const handleOpen = (value) => {
    setOpen(open === value ? 0 : value);
  };
 
  const customAnimation = {
    mount: { scale: 1 },
    unmount: { scale: 0.9 },
  };
 
  return (
    <Fragment>
      <Accordion open={open === 1} animate={customAnimation}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(1)}>
          What is Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We&apos;re not always in the position that we want to be at.
          We&apos;re constantly growing. We&apos;re constantly making mistakes.
          We&apos;re constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our
          dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 2} animate={customAnimation}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(2)}>
          How to use Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We&apos;re not always in the position that we want to be at.
          We&apos;re constantly growing. We&apos;re constantly making mistakes.
          We&apos;re constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our
          dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 3} animate={customAnimation}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(3)}>
          What can I do with Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We&apos;re not always in the position that we want to be at.
          We&apos;re constantly growing. We&apos;re constantly making mistakes.
          We&apos;re constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our
          dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
    </Fragment>
  );
}

Disabled Accordion

An Accordion could be disabled as well, it will help you to prevent user interactions like click over the Accordion component.

We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
import { Fragment, useState } from "react";
import {
  Accordion,
  AccordionHeader,
  AccordionBody,
} from "@material-tailwind/react";
 
export default function Example() {
  const [open, setOpen] = useState(0);
 
  const handleOpen = (value) => {
    setOpen(open === value ? 0 : value);
  };
 
  return (
    <Fragment>
      <Accordion open={open === 1} disabled>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(1)}>
          What is Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 2}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(2)}>
          How to use Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
      <Accordion open={open === 3}>
        <AccordionHeader onClick={() => handleOpen(3)}>
          What can I do with Material Tailwind?
        </AccordionHeader>
        <AccordionBody>
          We're not always in the position that we want to be at. We're
          constantly growing. We're constantly making mistakes. We're constantly
          trying to express ourselves and actualize our dreams.
        </AccordionBody>
      </Accordion>
    </Fragment>
  );
}
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