Cant test it on Android devices, but:
• Is this a composition widget containing an accordion? If yes: Why such a construction? Why not using a menu within a composition? Why using a composition at all and not configuring a standard menu this way?
• If no: Please describe how it is done and why it is done this way.
Indeed it doesn't work on Chrome or Android even though the links are in the html file.
If you could share your file with us, we could take a look at it.
Otherwise, I also suggest Günter's method. Why do you want to use an acc if you actually don't need it?
Here you find a „quick and dirty“ example file (.muse): https://www.dropbox.com/s/ukqu3ekcb2azk3n/menu-sample.zip?dl=0
By the way: (Using a standard menu, it isn’t necessary any longer to have a „Close“ icon, because this menu closes automatically.
Thank you for your suggestion, however I did not construct the menu, the person who did tried to delete the accordion and replace it with a regular vertical menu inside the mobile menu composition target area but it did not work.
Why putting the menu into an accordion? Is this person in love with this kind of widget? It isn’t necessary, to put the menu into an accordion.
Not sure what you mean?
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I can’t understand, why first the menu is placed into an accordion, and now inside a composition.
And „didn’t work“ is a quite insufficient answer to find a fix, don’t you think?