Tabs + Accordion is a jQuery plugin that simplifies creating responsive tabs and accordions.
- You can use the same, simple HTML markup for both Tabs and Accordion.
- You don’t have to learn how to integrate and use two different products, which saves you time.
- It is lightweight, because the majority of underlying code for Tabs and Accordion is shared.
- You don’t have to paint yourself but you can. There is plenty of choice with the included themes.
- Folks visiting your website with a screenreader can use Tabs + Accordion pleasantly.
The tab navigation is an element you often meet in your daily browsing. There are so many ways, so many styles, but the idea is the same: you click a tab and see its content without a page refresh.
In this article you’ll learn how to build some new CSS3 & jQuery tabs inspired by Google Play‘s design.
HTML based tabs are widely used as a part of the modern ux practices as it’s the most convenient way of presenting data and users can easily browse through larger sum of data without leaving the page or waiting for any postbacks.
Say goodbye to those long pages and implement HTML tabs today to improce your website’s user experience.
I will be using jQuery to create the HTML Tabs today, don’t worry it won’t be a killer. I’ll guide you through every step and I’m confident that by the time you’re done with this tutorial you’ll agree to the fact how easy it is to create tabs with just a few lines of jQuery’s magical code.
EasyTabs is a jQuery plugin that handles all of the tab functionality, leaving the styling to you.
- Lightweight: the minified version is only 8KB – vs 20KB for only the jQueryUI core + tabs widget
- Provides smooth transitions between panels when tab is selected
- Allows complete customization of appearance, layout, and style via CSS
- Supports back-button and forward-button in browsers
- Tabs are bookmarkable and SEO-friendly
- Loads AJAX content, or anything not already on the page
- Tabs can automatically cycle at a specified interval
- Can have multiple EasyTabs instances on one page
- Written in jQuery plugin format, chain-able with other jQuery commands
In this article, I will use a technique in order to create some good looking CSS3 tabs.While in my previous CSS3 tabs tutorial I tried to simulate some beveled corners for the tabs, this time I will show you how to create folder tabs using nothing more than pure CSS3 and jQuery.