You can use tabs within the content areas of articles and posts or within page templates themselves.
The following examples use the default template used by the Tabs plugin.
.nav-justified on the list being converted to tabs to have tabs fill the available horizontal space.
The Tabs plugin is built on top of our micro-templating system, allowing you to create your own custom templates.
The following example demonstrates pill-style navigation links with a fade effect (using the
.fade class as described on the Tabs plugin page).
In addition to completely changing the look-and-feel of the tabs, you can inject custom HTML (like icons) using a custom template.