Support » Plugin: WordPress Post Tabs » Whitespace above tabs

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  • Have you tried inserting the tabs without closing every tab with [/wptab]?

    Try using just [end_wptabset] at the end.

    Just a hunch.

    Good luck!

    Without the [/wptab] the plugin doesn’t work properly (or at all, really)

    Plugin Author tabbervilla

    (@tabbervilla)

    If you are using Visual Editor for Post:
    You need to enter the [wptab] shortcode for each tab in a new line
    i.e.
    [wptab name=”Test1″] Content here [/wptab]

    [wptab name=”Test2″] Content here [/wptab]

    [end_wptabset]

    If you are using “Text”/”HTML” editor:

    Separate the [wptab] shortcodes with two lines:

    [wptab name=”Test1″] Content here [/wptab]

    [wptab name=”Test2″] Content here [/wptab]

    [end_wptabset]

    Btw, there is an easy Quicktag in version 1.4, it should add the shortcodes as needed.

    If the whitespace still shows up, plz post the url.

    Putting a blank line between each shortcode seemed to fix it thanks.

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