I have a swiper positioned inside a tab on a wordpress site, thus it is not initiated on page load, so the navigation function does not work. You can see it here by clicking on the “görüşler” tab. I did a research and I found out that it’s a common issue and it can be initiated with some custom jquery.
I am interested in building a web page with one single HTML file and multiple tabs. Since only one tab at a time can be selected, I thought that the most appropriate way to handle the user’s choice of which tab to show is via radio buttons, i.e. with a <nav> wrapping a <ul> wrapping a list of <li>s each
I am trying to set up a tabs nav with jQuery without using the jQuery Tabs UI. From what I understand, when the user clicks the list element, the code grabs the list element with data-tab=”X” and adds the class current which will set the opacity: 1 for that link (default: 50%), then removes the […]
On initial page load, the tabs show but the content for that selected tab does not. If I click the “Link” tab and back to the “Post” tab then it shows up.
I would like to call a function when the tab key is pressed within any field with the name=”notes”. I tried the following but this doesn’t fire (using IE 9). What do I have to change here to make this work at least in IE 8 and IE 9 ? AdvertisementAnswer The problem I think […]