Christian Heilmann

Even more DOMtab updates!

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006 at 10:45 pm

Following feature requests in the comments below via I updated DOMtab once again. You can now link to tabs via the URL and get previous and next links!

DOMtab is a JavaScript that turns a list pointing to different content sections (like an FAQ) into a tabbed interface. Users without JavaScript will still get all the functionality, except they will have to scroll the page. DOMtab automatically removes any “back to top” links when the tabbed interface can be achieved.

  • The look and feel is completely styleable
  • You can use as many tabbed menus in a page as you wish to use.
  • Creation of a link that shows all the sections – for example to print out the page.
  • Automatic highlighting of tabs via anchors in the url (this also allows to use forms in the tabs – just add the anchor name to the action) new
  • Previous and next links for navigating through the tabs – in case you want to have a step by step approach new

Go and check DOMtab version 3.1415927 now

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