Tabs can be used on a website as a way of dividing content into meaningful sub-sections.

 Restrictions and limitations

  • You can only insert a maximum of six tabs per Tabs block
  • but you can have more than one Tabs block on a page
  • Tabs are only available on Content pages
  • They change to an Accordion view on smaller device screen sizes.

Here is a Live example

Take a look at how it works and then 'give it a try' by following the insructions below:

Services

Email

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Networks

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Printing

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Mobile access

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File exchange

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Security

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Give it a try 

1. Add a Tabs content type to the relevant page in your site structure. (Find out how to add a content type to a section).

2. When you open your new Tabs block, a form with a number of fields will appear. Each of these fields relates to the components of your  Tab block, fill in the form, see example below:

Field title What should I do? Is it compulsory?
Name* Name the block and give it a concise description e.g. Tabs-training Yes

Block Title*

This title will be shown above the entire block, if switched on with the field below. Otherwise it will be an 'invisible' screenreader only heading and will ensure your page has and H2

Yes

(as screen reader heading)

Show block title

Ticking this box will make the heading show to all users, not just screenreaders.

No
Item 1 Tab Title*

Enter the title for this Tab (NB these are H3 heading levels)

Yes
Item 1 Content*

Enter content to display for this Tab (any headings in the tab content should be H4 or below)

Yes

NB: you can have up to six tabs, the first two tabs are compulsory.

3. Click Add & Approve to save.