The settings page of WordPress Post Tabs PRO is available under “Tabs PRO” menu on Dashboard. The settings page is divided into two parts – Basic Settings and Advance Options. Here are the details about the Basic Settings options.
Skin – There are multiple pre-styled tabs available in WordPress Post Tabs PRO. For example, you can set default skin or style as darkness, lightness, minimal, pepper_grinder etc. Whatever you choose on settings page will become the default skin. That means when you will insert the shortcode in post/page and do no provide the skin name in shortcode, tabs will take default skin from settings page.
Tabs Location – In PRO version, you are allowed to place the tabs in different locations. For example, you can place the tabs in left/right/top/bottom of the page. We have shown the demo of different locations on each style or skin demo.
Nest Level – In PRO version, you are allowed to create tabs under tab, upto 5 nested tab you can create. Because of nested tab you can add multiple tabs in small area.
Transition on Hover – Whether you want the tab transition on mouse click or mouse hover (demo). If this field is set, the transition will be on mouse hover.
Effect – There are so many effect available in PRO version. On settings page, you are allowed to selected between three options – No Effect, Slide Down, Fade. The fourth option is “Specify effect thru Shortcode”. If the fourth option is selected, you can select the effect while inserting the shortcode using Quick Tag. The Quick Tag window is very intelligent and feature rich in PRO version. There you get option to choose in 13 effects.
Enable Tab Sitewide – If you want tabs on archieves pages like index, category or tags pages.
Enable prettylinks for tab # – If checked the tab names will be used as tab # urls instead of #tab-112-…
Enable cookie for last active tab – You can save history of last open tab, On next time your last open tab will be open because of this option.
Navigation – If selected, a navigation button will appear at the bottom of the tab content. For example, you can have “Previous” and “Next” button to navigate between the tabs.
‘Next’ navigation text – Enter the text that you want in place of “Next”.
‘Prev’ navigation text – Enter the text that you want in place of “Prev”
External Link Icon – Whenever, you set any external link to tab, one small icon will appear for that tab. You can easily get that tab having external link.
Open Tab links in new window – It will add target=_blank for external links inserted in tabs.
Linkable Tabs – If enabled, you can provide the link of a tab on other pages and once clicked, the new window will open that tabs only.
Show tab # in url – If enabled, your tab link will be visible in URL.
Scroll to tab content – Once clicked on tab name, the page will scroll up to the start of the content for that tab.
Reload on Click – If enabled, the page will reload after clicking on a tab. This increases the page-view and also reloads the advertisements running through JS (for example Google Adsense).
Title attribute for tab links – Add title attribute to the external links of the tabs.
Collapse all tabs – If enabled, by default all tabs remain close while opening tab contain page.
Disable FOUC – “Flash of Unstyled Content” is that the content will be visible from start. If you disable FOUC, the tabbed content will be visible only when the document will be ready that is every element is ready.
Disable jQuery – In case of any conflict or if you don’t want to load jQuery, you may disable the same from here.