Collection can be used to create a grouping of title/content or key/value information such as a definition list or an accordion. You can create multiple collection items and they will display based on the settings below.
The headline should describe what the Collection block will entail. Think of it as a ‘title’. This is not a required field.
NOTE: You have the ability to hide the headline field if you still wish to add a descriptive title yet not have it display on the page. Think of it more as an ‘Administrative Label’ if you wish to implement it this way.
You have the ability to select the font size of the Collection block headline. Heading 2 is set by default, but may need to be adjusted depending on where you nest the Collection block within the page.
Default, bold serif, Bold serif, highlighted (which will add an underline to the headline).
The collection body should contain descriptive text that directly correlates to the 'Headline'.
There are two different ways to view the items in your collection block.
DESCRIPTIVE LIST: The 'Headline' and 'Collection Body' will display as an indented list where both fields are visible at all times. Common uses for this element are to implement a glossary or to display metadata (a list of key-value pairs).
ACCORDION: The 'Headline' will appear with a dropdown arrow. When selected, the 'Collection Body' will be visible. With the Accordion View Mode, you can create collapsible 'Headline'/content pairs. These can be expanded or collapsed by clicking the individual headlines. These are often used to shorten the initial length of a page while providing a lot of detail.