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 Tabs & Sliders [for articles] (plugin)

 

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some text here Tabs & Sliders [for articles] makes adding tabs or sliders (accordions) inside your content a piece of cake. Using a simple syntax you can easily organize your content in tabs or sliders making it better stand out and easier to navigate: for example, organizing your long product descriptions in tabs improves the readability of your product pages, which means more happy customers! The plugin already comes with 2 pre-built template layouts and using MVC overrides you can create your own by simply copying one of the pre-built and modifying the HTML and/or CSS. You can use the plugin's tags in any component, module or plugin that supports 'content plugin' parsing. Aside the default Joomla! article system, you can use for example the plugin in the popular K2 content extension, in Virtuemart, inside the 'Custom HTML' module etc

 

TAB 2

 

some more text here It is very easy to add tabs in your new articles or convert existing ones to a tabbed layout. Create a new article or edit an existing one. Start your first tab using the plugin tag (without the quotes), write some text below that, then continue with the next tab using -again- the plugin tag format  (without the quotes), then write the second tab's text and so on. When you finish the text of your last tab, simply "close" them all by adding the plugin tag

 

TAB 3

 

some more text here and so on.. Inserting "Sliders" Adding sliders (accordions) to your content is as easy as with tabs. Then go to the articles manager and start a new article or edit an existing one. Start your first slide using the plugin strint the quotes), write some text below that, then "close" the slider by adding the plugin tag . We need to do that cause -unlike the tabs- sliders are essentially independent of each other (e.g. you could only have 1 slider alone). Continue with the next slider using -again- the plugin tagthout the quotes), then write the second slider's text, "close" it with the plugin tag ", and so on. Check out this example, it's what you would write in your article (notice the code written in bold letters):