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Thread: Tabs?!?!?!

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    I am trying to put tabs onto my page...about half way down.....but the basic software dosnt provide such a facility, but I can input HTML and do it manually, is this at all possible for a beginer? If so how can I get hold of the code to do it?

    Many thanks

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    It will also require a CSS style sheet file ... are you able to do that too?

    How about showing us a link to your page so we can see what you have now?

    And an example of what the tabs might look like.


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    Check this jQuery Tabs plugin:

    http://jqueryui.com/demos/tabs/

    It's pretty simple to configure if you know some Javascript and HTML. The library does vritually everything for you.

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    I can add CSS, unfortunatly I dont have the site up yet, I wanted to get all the foundations in place before I put it online.
    Thanks smosley I will take a look.

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    Tony,
    You should really find a cheap webhost to work with your stuff online,
    even if it's not the actual website you're working on. Get your own domain name
    and webhosting account so you can work with everything online.... PHP, MySQL,
    and allow others (like us) to see what you're doing.

    Consider it a "sandbox", to play around with.
    For about $40 per year, it's well worth the cost.



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