My goal is to place tabs within a page so that it creates a secondary set of navigation. From my reading I think this is possible, but I’ve hit my first snag and hope to get some guidance regarding what to expect in the way of future hurdles.
How do you set the width? I loaded the code into the page and it breaks the layout, pushing the sidebar and footer down, with the body color remaining as background. There doesn’t appear to be anything in the CSS for this…
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Moving forward, what would make adding the repeater fields necessary?
I’m not sure what happened there, but the link goes to the site!
Thank you for emailing, I didn’t get a notification that you posted on here. I just looked at your site, it looks like you were able to figure out the issue with the sidebar?
I am having the same issue as @catwingz mentioned above. Here is the link of my page http://www.bhplabbd.com/test-page-with-tab/ Can you some how help me to find out a solution?
If I use default page template then it breaks sidebar area. But if I use full width page template then it works as it should. I think there is a width issue with the tab content but could find one css property to solve it.
After our off-forum emails it looked like I was going to have to contact the designers of my framework so sort out why it was breaking the CSS. Since I had another tabbed option to experiment with I sidestepped the added delay and made that work. I may revisit this later when time permits because your plugin would be better for SEO than what I have up on the site now.
Thank you for the feedback.
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