Here's a fun accordion template shared in this Word of Mouth blog post. This template contains multiple tab number variants so that you can quickly adapt it for your course. You can view a published sample here.  

Click here for a PowerPoint version.

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Enya Moore
David Fair

Hi, Radha! One way to disable the next button until the accordion is complete is to use true/false variables to track if learners have visited each layer. Here's a sample project file where I used this technique: https://articulate-heroes-authoring.s3.amazonaws.com/dfair/accordions/Disable-Next-Button-Until-Accordion-Completed.story And here are the details: 1) Create two true/false variables (one for each tab in your accordion), and set the default values to False. 2) Create a trigger on the base layer that changes the state of the Next button to Disabled when the timeline of the slide starts. 3) Create another trigger on the base layer that changes the state of the Next button to Normal when the first variable changes on the condition that both variables are True. 4) Cr... Expand