Display shared content in a compact, multi-tabbed
the component to the page. There are initially three tabs,
Tabs, Advanced and Curated List. If you choose Child Pages, the
third tab becomes Child Pages.
The component is designed to display a series of shared content
pages. Each page becomes an independent tab.
The component's height adjusts dynamically to show the entire content for each tab.
The width of the tab titles will vary with the character length
of each title. For the Child Pages option, this can only be
adjusted by changing the title in each shared content page. For the
Curated List option, the displayed titles can also be adjusted in
the component itself. The maximum width is around 200 px. Titles
display on one line only and titles that are too long will be
truncated with an ellipsis (...).
When the published page is displayed, the visitor will see the contents of the first tab by default. Clicking another tab will load the new contents without refreshing the page, since the contents of all tabs are actually preloaded as the host page first loads.
Each tab can be bookmarked directly -- the page will load the page with that tab's content displayed first.
Content of each tab will be indexed separately by Google and other search engines.
Title character count is a driving factor, but five tabs is our
recommended maximum. Having too many tabs (or tabs with overly long
titles) will ruin to look of your page.
Initially, choose between the default 'Curated' list option or 'Child Pages'.
If you prefer the default, then proceed to the second tab to adjust the settings further.
If you prefer to use a list built from child pages, choose that
option and the second tab becomes a Child Pages tab where you can
indicate the source of the shared content pages.
Host page - Specify on what page of your site you would
like any shared content shown. By default will be the current
Indicate the location of the parent in shared content to define the pages to be displayed as tabs in the component.
There are no further settings.
Define the source of the shared content pages to be displayed as
tabs in the compnent.
Add Item - Click the '+' to add tabs.
There are no further settings.
Below is an example, with three source pages defined. The titles are left blank to display the actual titles of the shared content page.
The corresponding component, displaying the three titled tabs.
|Name||University at Buffalo
The State University of New York
|Affiliation||A flagship institution in the State University of New York system, UB is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system. It is a member of the Association of American Universities.|
|Character||UB is a premier, research-intensive public university dedicated to academic excellence. Our research, creative activity and people positively impact the world. Like the city we call home, UB is distinguished by a culture of resilient optimism, resourceful thinking and pragmatic dreaming that enable us to reach others every day.|
|President||Satish K. Tripathi|
|Athletics||Division I, Mid-American Conference|
|Mascot||Victor E. Bull|
To link to a tab in a Tabs
component, click the tab in question and copy the URL that is
displayed in the browser location bar. The main tab always loads by
default, and shares the same URL as the actual page, but the other
tabs insert their name into the page name of the URL.
For example, the tabs of the example on the Tabs component documentation page will display as follows:
Please note, while this link will load the page with the prefered tab content displayed, it will not load the page AT THE SPOT WHERE THE TAB APPEARS. This is a Known Issue that we are addressing.
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March 9, 2018