Support » Plugin: WordPress Tabs » [Plugin: GT Tabs (formerly postTabs)] tab formating problem

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  • hi, absolutely dig the plugin. its working real well for. i am, however, having the same issue as vendistomas. is there a fix for this? please let me know! thanks!

    I find that commenting out the styles on styles.php and replacing them with you own css in your default.css file using padding is my general answer to fixing your design issues.

    Annette Pretorius


    Ok, I had this same problem and became very frustrated, because I don’t know any coding (didn’t even know where to find the design sheets). After hours of reading tutorials on the web, here is my step-by-step explanation of the solution I found:

    If you mouse over the “Plugins” tab on your dashboard, you’ll see something called “Editor”. Select it.

    When you get there on the top right you’ll see a place where you can pick the name of the plugin you want to edit. Select “GT Tabs”.

    Under the “Plugin Files” menu on the right side, pick gt-tabs/style.php.

    Scroll down until you see this block of code:

    ul.GTTabs li
    	<?php if ($GTTabs_options["layout"]=="horizontal") echo "display: inline !important;"; ?>
    	font-size: <?php echo $GTTabs_options["font-size"]; ?>;
    	line-height: normal;
    	background: none;
    	padding: 0px;
    	margin:1em 0px 0px 0px;

    After line-height:, where it says normal, replace this with a number. For me the right value was 1.5. The way to think about it is the same way you think about the spacing between lines in a text document. Each row of tabs is a separate line of text and 2 would mean double spacing. That line for GT Tabs for me now looks like:


    Hope this helps someone!


    Plugin Author Billy Bryant


    Thank you for the feedback, I will look at making a change to this.

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