Add clean, responsive and structured tabbed content to WordPress Posts and Pages easily through the edit post/page panel.
Option 1 - Quick Tag
Option 2 - Manual Insertion of Shortcode
[wptab name='Overview'] This is the overview section. [/wptab] [wptab name='Specifications'] Various product Specifications can be entered here. [/wptab] [wptab name='Screenshots'] You can insert images or screenshots of the product. [/wptab] [end_wptabset]
Do not forget to insert the 'name' attribute for each tab. It is important
** Just remember to put the 'end_tabset' shortcode at the end of all tab contents as shown above.**
On the 'Post/Page Tabs' Settings on your WordPress admin, you can select your style. Currently there are three styles - default, gray and red. You can add your own styles easily. Please refer the plugin page how to add the custom styles, its just 2 minute work.
In case you wish to reload the page every time another tab is clicked, you can select that option from the settings page. This would be helpful if you wish to count these pageviews as well.
If you check the 'Disable loading on all Posts' option, this will disable the plugin on the posts all together and you will get a custom box 'Enable Post/Page Tabs Feature' on your Edit Post panel. Now you can check this checkbox for those posts only where you wish to enable the tabs. This will prevent the loading of the script and style specific to this plugin on all other pages.
Same as above is the case with 'Disable loading on all Pages', its for pages.
You can replace the default shortcodes with your own, that are comfortable for you.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-8-20
1 of 5 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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