We often want to read selective headings without scrolling the page to find our content of interest. Alternatively, we may also want to access multiple areas of the website without visiting another page. We can achieve this by using tabs.
Tabs are like navigation bars that can be used to access other website areas. However, they allow the user to remain on a single page as the content changes.
Let's see an example of implementing jQuery
tabs to our website:
In the above example code, we add three tabs with some dummy content:
tabs()function to make respective
divIDs into tabs.
id="tabs", that contains a list of all our tabs.
atag in the
litag is an
id. We use this
idto call the content of the individual tab content.
divwhich has the content of each tab respectively.
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