OtFm Gutenberg Spoiler – (or FAQ) collapse block

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The plugin provides in the block editor 2 types of spoilers. Need FAQ or Spoiler?

Author:Otshelnik-Fm (Wladimir Druzhaev) (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:6.1.0
WordPress version tested:6.1.1
Plugin version:1.5.4
Added to WordPress repository:12-09-2018
Last updated:15-01-2023
Rating, %:100
Rated by:5
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Total downloads:7 438
Active installs:800+
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WordPress 5.0 introduces a block-based editor (codename “Gutenberg”) that offers a streamlined editing experience.
The plugin provides in the block editor 2 types of spoilers:

  • Little Spoiler
  • Box spoiler

Little Spoiler – small spoiler for plain text.

Box spoiler – consists of 2 blocks:
Opening spoiler (Box Spoiler Start) and closing spoiler (Box Spoiler End)
Between them, you insert any block (or several block’s) with content that you want to hide.

In the frontend, the spoiler (accordion) opens with animation.
In the editor you can choose the color design of the spoiler.

Ability to add new colors or replace a set of colors. See FAQ

Want to hide part of the publication? or make up the FAQ? – plugin is perfect for this

Check out all beauty and power of the plugin by watching this video:


PHP 7.4, 8.0+ recommended for better performance, WordPress 6.1


Available in English, Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish, German, Swedish, Dutch, Japanese, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Chinese and more other languages in becoming.


Thanks to Nilo Velez for Spanish (Spain) translation approval.
Thanks to Yordan Soares for Spanish (Venezuela) translation.
Thanks to Tor-Bjorn Fjellner for Swedish translation approval.
Thanks to Peter Smits for Dutch translation approval.
Thanks to miccweb for Japanese translation approval.
Thanks to FX Bénard for French (France) translation approval.
Thanks to Luisa Ravelli and aliceorru for Italian translation approval.
Thanks to Eivind for Norwegian (Nynorsk) translation approval.
Thanks to Pedro Mendonça for Portuguese (Portugal) translation approval.
Thanks to Sergey Kovalets for Ukrainian translation.
Thanks to Jens Ratzel for German translation.
Thanks to Alex Lion for Chinese (Taiwan) translation.
Thanks to Pieterjan Deneys for Dutch (Belgium) translation.