Tabs, toggles, accordions, and all that jazz. Bells and whistles done right.
Whistles was not born as "just another tabs plugin". It was born out of the idea that we need to get rid of all other plugins like this and start from scratch.
It seems to me that tabs plugins have been clunky and extremely hard to use over the years. Whistles seeks to rectify this by making it easy to manage tabs, toggles, accordions, and other things that need to be embedded into a page.
Whistles is a plugin that creates a new content type called "whistle" and a new taxonomy called "whistle group". The plugin allows you to create individual whistles and organize them into whistle groups however you see fit. Then, it allows you to embed whistle groups into posts using the
[whistles] shortcode or adding it via the Whistles widget.
You can also decide how you want to display your whistles. In the current version of the plugin, they can be displayed as:
The great thing about this method is that you're pretty much able to put whatever content you want into your whistles. It's no different than writing a post or page. You can insert text, images, media, and even other shortcodes.
[whistles]shortcode for displaying whistles.
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Requires: 3.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.7.1
Last Updated: 2013-9-9
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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