WordPress Tabs examples
WordPress Tabs/Likno Web Tabs Builder features
The Likno Web Tabs WordPress add-in & plugin combination has been developed to let you create stylish, feature-rich tab controls for your blogs! You can fully customize your tab controls by adding your own non-drupal content with external or internal links, html-rich content, colors, borders, effects, designs of your choice and many more!
The solution consists of a combination of two parts:
This already exists inside your Likno Web Tabs Builder installation (v2.0.200 or above only - no need to download and install separately), and can be accessed through the following menu:
You can use the add-in to compile the tab controls for use on your WordPress pages.
This is the plugin that you need to install on your WordPress blog.
Through the plugin you can upload the files of your tabs, choose whether or not an anchor element will be printed and finally choose the positioning method of it.
The Wordpress plugin supports 3 tab control positioning methods:
- "Shortcode" method: This means that you can add this tab control inside the post or page that you want, using the visual editor. You will find the appropriate button there. Just click it and select the tab control you want from the list. The tab control will appear only on the single view of your page/article. However, there is an option 'Show tab control everywhere' that enables you to show this tab control in every place that this page/article shows(for example a category archive view etc...).
Note: If you cannot find your tab control there, please make sure that it's 'Active'. Also you should check that it's positioning method is set to "Shortcode".
- "Template tag" method: Using this method you should copy and paste the generated code, inside the template file (for example header.php) that you want your tab control to appear.
- "Widget" method: A widget instance of the selected tab control is initially created and found in the widgets administration page (should be at 'YOURSITEURL/wp-admin/widgets.php'), under the "Inactive Widgets" section. Just drag this widget instance and drop it inside the Widget Area that you want.
Note: You should keep in mind that actual tab control positioning is handled by the Likno Web Tabs Builder software.
The Wordpress plugin also has an option to print or not an html anchor element which should match the Element ID you selected for the Likno Web Tabs Builder project: