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[Resolved] Using Tabs, how can I control which one is the one opened by default

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  • Hi,

    Try:

    f ( !empty( $start_Basket ) ) {
      $return .= '[tabs style="2" active="5"]';
      }
      elseif ( !empty( $SearcheSerie ) )
       {
      $return .= '[tabs style="2" active="4"]';
      }
       elseif ( !empty( $DisplayID ) )
       {
      $return .= '[tabs style="2" active="3"]';
      }
      elseif ( !empty( $relatienummer ) )
       {
      $return .= '[tabs style="2" active="2"]';
      }
    else
    {
    $return .= '[tabs style="2" active="1"]';
    }

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    Thanks ronniedackus,

    this seems utterly complicated. Isn’t there an easier solution?

    sorry…..

    Just set the number of the tab you like to be active, code tab 2 is active;

    <strong>[tabs active="2"]</strong> [tab title="Title 1"]Content 1[/tab] [tab title="Title 2"]Content 2[/tab] [tab title="Title 3"]Content 3[/tab][/tabs]

    Regards

    AHAHA, that did the trick.

    THANK YOU RONNIEDACKUS!!!

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