Accordion Image Menu Plugin

This wordpress plugin is based on the Accordion Image Menu jquery plugin and allows to create a dynamical menu from your attached images (medium size).
You can see it on the right showing my recent posts.


  • Allows to combine pages and categories and apply order to them.
  • You can list recent posts.
  • Multiple transitions effects included (Elastic, Bounce, Sine, Pow, Quart, Back, etc).
  • You can include or not “the title” of the target page.
  • Compatible with: Firefox 2,3, IE 6, 7 Safari.


  • Upload “Accordion Image Menu” folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  • Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  • Customize the menu under Settings/Accordion Image Menu.


You can use the menu everywhere:

  • On the sidebars as a Widget.
  • On the content using:
  • On your theme files using:


accordion-image-menu on wordpress

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152 thoughts on “Accordion Image Menu Plugin”

  1. @Ryan
    On the header of your page there is a function that is affecting the menu, I dont know if your theme or other plugin is calling it.

    function sl(){

  2. My plugin loads on my page correctly, but unfortunately the sliding feature doesn’t seem to be working. I only have the 2 default plugins installed, and they are not active. When I adjust the setting around in the back the plugin changes on the front end, for example if i change the open and closed dimensions the plugin adjusts accordingly, but when i mouse over other images they do not slide open, only the one that is open by default in the backend. anybody have any suggestions? here is a link to the site.

    thanks, ryan

  3. @Alain

    I’m using the Arthemia free theme and can’t get the slider img and the posts thumbnail img to show up at the same time. Is there another custom fields code I could use for the accordion?

  4. @Stef
    You need to work on yous images size. You can use bigger images on your posts and set the Medium size on your settings/media “300 px” for example. The plugin uses the wordpress medium size images.

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