PUT is for creating tabs from content posted into the content editor, you can still do that whilst using the front end plugin(i briefly tested it to be sure and it works).
I'll provide a very basic example, but please do check out the jQuery documentation to.
If you click the view source button on that page, you'll see the basic markup required to build sets of tabs, here's an example.
<li><a href="#my-wordpress-tabs-1">Tab 1</a></li>
<li><a href="#my-wordpress-tabs-2">Tab 2</a></li>
<li><a href="#my-wordpress-tabs-3">Tab 3</a></li>
<p>Tab 1 content</p>
<p>Tab 2 content</p>
<p>Tab 3 content</p>
Along with the basic markup you need to create a jQuery call to the tabs function to convert the HTML into jQuery tabs.
In WordPress, we don't just go plonking code into the head of the document though(like you see in the example of the jQuery page) and we usually use noconflict wrappers for jQuery, so i'd suggest the following for the script part.
Create a .js file, give it an appropriate name such as
mytabs.js (or whatever) and place the following in that file.
Then make an appropriate enqueue for that file for the pages you'll be using your tabs.
wp_enqueue_script( 'my-jquery-tabs', 'URL_TO_JS_FILE_HERE', array( 'jquery-ui-core', 'jquery-ui-tabs' ), false, false );
In terms of editing the User Frontend markup to support a tabbed layout, i'll have to ask that you direct your questions to the author(my plugin won't help you with this and thus this question isn't really about it and more so about creating jQuery tabs yourself). I do hope i've provided some information so you can work from though, so i wish you the best of luck creating your own custom tabs.