Tabs make it easy to explore and switch between a lot of content in a limited space, especially for step-by-step directions or to present content that has been categorized into smaller sections. Keep tab headings short so that the content fits easily on one line.
To add a custom tabs container, click the + button in a column and select Custom Tabs Container from the popup window.
Once the container is added to the page, click the + button inside it and add a Custom Tab Item.
To edit existing custom tab items, hover over the block and click the edit button from the context menu.
The custom tab item contains two fields:
- The tab title is the text that will be used as the label of the tab. Be careful not to use too much text here.
- The content field is a full-featured WYSIWYG editor for the content inside the tab. The page will accommodate whatever you put here, but the transition when you click a different tab will look better if the content in different tabs similar in size.
The custom tab container only has a custom class field, which you should not need.
In addition to editing the contents, the context menu allows you to move the custom tab item or container to a different location in the layout, copy the block and its contents, or delete the block.
Once you are finished making changes, click Publish or Update on the right side of the page to make your changes live.
- Sample tab headerSample tab content
- Other sample tabOther sample content