I would like to ask if it were possible to have certain content (nothing too special, just regular lines of text with standard formatting) on a html article, like e.g. ordered in a list, which can be unfolded (or hidden again) by a mouse-click?
When searching information on this, I easily come by navigation drop-down menu's; but a navigation side-bar or top-bar is not what I am looking for. I have found another question asking for something similar, but wanting to be redericted to another page (similar to a navigation menu), that is also not what I want to do: I do not want to navigate to another page.
I would simply like a drop-down "list" inside a html's "body" article. The visitor should be able to open or close these "frames" or "list items", e.g. by clicking on the title or on a list button. I am just looking for a "1-level-depth" list.
It would be nice if the items had a title and a number, ordered vertically, like a regular ordered list:
- >click to unfold< List item 1
- >click to unfold< List item 2
- >click to unfold< ...
If, for example you would click on list item 1, the content of list item 1 would show:
- >clicked, click to hide content again< List item 1
<<< Content of list item 1, which is just standard lines of text, perhaps with standart formatting. >>>
- >click to (un)fold< List item 2
- >click to (un)fold< ...
The text I have put between ">"..."<", is just to clarify; isn't specifically needed. This could just be a triangular list bullet for example, which could just change by pointing downwards when clicked.
Is this possible by using a Drupal module, or perhaps just via html code?
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated,
P.S.: I am very new to Drupal and understand the basics such as installing modules.