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  • Quicktabs

    Tabs are only available via the Quicktabs module.

    How to use Quicktabs

    1. Enable Quicktabs module. (The module is not enabled by default and must be requested for use)
    2. Add a Quicktab by going to Structure > Quicktabs > Add Quicktabs Instance
    3. Enter a title, this will be the block title.
    4. Change the renderer to 'zurb_foundation' and select your desired 'Tab Style' below
    5. By default it gives you 2 blank tabs. Enter a title for each and select the item of content you want to display in each tab. You can display blocks, views, node content, or even another Quicktabs instance in each tab. Quicktabs are just a container that displays other content in a tabbed format, the content doesn't live within Quicktabs itself.
    6. Add as many additional tabs as you require.
    7. Once saved the Quicktab is available as a block. Go to Structure > Blocks to find it and assign to a region and pages.

    Notes to address

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