Here is an accordion-opening link addressing a translated accordion. No more need to set it manually.
This link refers to a manually created accordion. This needs to be looked up from the backend, it's the ID of the accordion container.
And some distance to prove effect...
The sh*t went right into the fan...
The structure got messed up by an A tag just above the accordion wrapper container, hijacking the ID reserved for the parent DIV container.
In fact, the parent DIV container ID is inherited from the German original. Then, an anchor with the accordion's ID is set right before the accordion wrapper container.
Luckily, the new JS is capable of handling this situation. it checks for the 2nd child also, covering both possible cases (translated or created manually).
The additional delight by the missing style (+/-) has been avoided thanks to additional pseudoclass :nth-child(2)
This is a non-translated accordion, created manually in the English page. It behaves like a German one, without messing up IDs.