Re: What do you call the triangle-twist-open thingie?
From a UI view, you are looking at a bullet. So, logically, the icon forthe collapsible bullet (the triangle but it can be any image, I used hearts on one website) should be called a "collapsible bullet." The term for the collapsible heading should be "collapsible heading."
On 12/8/2015 11:10 AM, John G wrote:
Many web sites these days use a triangle-shaped icon ... click it, and it
rotates 90 degrees to display something (text, links, etc.) that was
I call them "twist controls" but one of my SMEs says they are "accordion"
What do my fellow tech whirlers refer to these as?
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