Adds a few shortcodes to allow for tabbed content.
CSS added and the tabs show up. However clicking on them doesn't show the next tab. The url changes as it says it does but the first tab sits there showing and never switches over. I tried on IE/FF/Chrome.
After trying four other tabbed content plug-ins, this one works. The others didn't display my content as tabs, but as bulleted links (and I'm using a Twenty Twelve child theme with nothing unusual in my templates). I'm guessing that it's the lack of jQuery that makes this one do it's job.
Make sure you do put the CSS code from "other notes" in your CSS file, and then style accordingly to your theme's needs. It didn't take to long to get it where I need to be. I needed to override the "entry-content li" setting in Twenty Twelve to get the left margins closer to the left side of my content area.
Nice job on this plug-in
Thank you so much for this plugin. I had hand-coded tab code on my old html pages, but when I tried to use the code in WordPress, it wouldn't work. With this plugin they are all working again, I just added my CSS for the tabs I was using before, all works perfectly. Saved me hours of trying to get the old tab code to work with WordPress.
To anyone not seeing the tabs, the CSS must be added to the theme stylesheet for them to show up.
Went through the installation instructions, powered it on, added correct shortcode to a post.... Not working.
Many tabs plugins use calls to jquery and produce a huge burden and potential conflict on a website. NOT so with this little beauty! Needs some CSS added, but steps out of the way really nicely of other plugin overheads.
Thanks, worth a 5 star review!
Nice and simple plugin, does just what it says!
Do remember to add the css for this plugin ;)
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