Some time ago we explained how create content areas in Tabs (tabs) in our WordPress blog, on that occasion using DomTabs . But several users asked for a guide to do the same but using another library: jQuery .
Well, you know that here we always keep the given word, so here is a guide to include content in Tabs using jQuery and a bit of CSS .
Let's go to it.
That's it, you got it. With this and little else you do not need to pay for a Premium template.
If you like the system of tabs that you see more and more in blogs (right here) here you have the complete process to adapt your template to this system that allows you combine in a little space a lot of content in an orderly and visually very attractive way.
To get it you need to use a script and the most simple to implement is DomTABs that, accompanied by a style sheet, will help you to have this system on your blog.
And you already have it. In fact you can add more tabs just by copying one more line in each of the sections and changing the reference (eg from t3 to t4 and so on consecutively).
Also you can customize the colors and appearance by editing the style sheet, the file pbd_domtab.css . The lines to be changed are explained at the beginning of the file.
You can also implement a system of tabs with another script, idTabs which requires the installation of jQuery . Another day we talked about him.