Easily add Tabs, Accordion, dialogs and spoilers to your posts. With 14 fresh & Unique CSS3 styles and 24 multiple jQuery UI custom themes.
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It is possible from WP UI 0.5.5 to use multiple jQuery UI themes on the same page. Check out this guide.
Demo with the style switcher can be found here.
Yes. Just enter the name of jQuery UI theme as value to the shortcode [wptabs] style argument. From Version 0.5.5, it is now possible to use multiple UI themes, with this guide.
Make sure each one of your shortcodes is in the separate line but please do avoid empty lines. eg.
[wptabs] [wptabtitle]Tab 1[/wptabtitle] [wptabcontent]Contents of the first tab goes here. Any thing, blah blah.[/wptabcontent] [wptabtitle]Tab 2[/wptabtitle] [wptabcontent]Content inside the second tab is here.[/wptabcontent] [/wptabs]
Shortcodes should be entered into the wordpress post editor's HTML mode. WP Visual mode editor can insert additional paragraph
<p> tags before and after the shortcodes, thereby rendering those invalid.
View the shortcodes in HTML editor, and remove the blank spaces/linebreaks between lines. Sometimes it might help to put the entire shortcode in a single line, but leaving a couple of spaces between each shortcode.
Editor menu allows you to insert content manually and choose the posts. You can choose from a list of posts.
This can be related to lot of white space between the shortcodes, which are converted by wordpress into empty space enclosed within
<p> tags. Remove the unwanted space between the shortcodes.
Documentation is available right within the wordpress admin. It is present in the
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Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 20,000+
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