There's not actually a HTML element called accordion but there are two tags that you can use together that will display in the browser similar to an accordion. And since accordions are used a lot on web pages to condense space, we have included information about these two not-so-well-known tags called the Summary and Details tags.
When you think of an accordion, think about how you can fit many items into a small container. This container can then expand and collapse as needed. Because the accordion is allowed to collapse, you save space - either in your wallet or on your web page. For an HTML accordion, think of the "Details" as the pocket and the "Summary" as the contents inside of the little pocket.
Information about the first topic will be here. This is just a paragraph with text inside.
Information about the second topic will be here. This is just a paragraph with text inside.
Information about the third topic will be here. This is just a paragraph with text inside.
While there are still many other HTML tags that we did not cover, you have learned the most important ones used on a daily basis by current Front End Web Developers. If you ever want to go down this path again, you can start your journey by clicking the HTML link in the top navigation.
After completing HTML, you should now begin your journey to learning Cascading Style Sheets.
Congratulations! You're finished learning HTML.