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Summary

The UCIT FAQ Component allows authors to create a list of items and nest additional information beneath that item. When the user initially lands on a page featuring this component, the nested information will be hidden (see below). The user can choose to either expand individual questions to view the additional content or expand the entire list.

Getting Started

Drag and drop a UCIT FAQ Component into your page, and click Edit. In the first tab entitled: UCIT FAQ Question, add the FAQ Question, and be sure that the Enable Accordion box is checked. In the UCIT FAQ Answer tab, enter the answer to the question in the first tab. This tab functions like the edit window in a UC Text component. In the FAQ Section Header tab, add a Section Title and a Section description (optional).

Remember that each question/answer will require its own unique component. Also note that content within the FAQ’s cannot be referenced on other pages within CQ (referenced UCIT FAQ Component will display as an expanded FAQ item with no option to collapse on the referencing page).

 

 

What is a Bearcat? 

Also known as the binturong, the bearcat is agile like a cat in the canopy and less adept on ground, walking flat-footed like a bear. However, it is neither a bear nor a cat, but belongs to the civet and mongoose family. Spending most of its time in the trees, it slowly and skillfully walks along branches at night while foraging for fruit and small animals. Curling its prehensile tail around a tree limb, the bearcat pulls fruiting branches to its mouth with its forepaws. As it climbs down a tree headfirst, the bearcat turns its ankles so it can still grip the trunk with its claws.

  • The bearcat has a very distinctive odor; it smells like hot popcorn!
  • Although it is classified as a carnivore, the bearcat primarily eats fruit.
  • A bearcat eats a fig, travels a ways, then passes the seeds out the other end, helping fig trees grow in new places.

What is the Capital of Ohio? 

Columbus, Ohio

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