The Core Component Tabs Component allows organization of content onto multiple tabs.
The Tabs Component allows the content author to organize page content within multiple tabs.
The edit dialog allows the content author to define multiple tabs as well as set the active tab. Using the design dialog, the template author can define which components can be added to tabs and customize the styles.
Nested tab components (tabs within tabs) are supported.
Simple (non-nested) tab components can be located/selected using the content tree, however nested tabs can not be.
The current version of the Tabs Component is v1, which was introduced with release 2.2.0 of the Core Components in October 2018, and is described in this document.
The following table details all supported versions of the component, the AEM versions with which the versions of the component is compatible, and links to documentation for previous versions.
|Component Version||AEM 6.4||AEM 6.5||AEM as a Cloud Service|
release 2.17.4 and prior
For more information about Core Component versions and releases, see the document Core Components Versions.
To experience the Tabs Component as well as see examples of its configuration options as well as HTML and JSON output, visit the Component Library.
The latest technical documentation about the Tabs Component can be found on GitHub.
Further details about developing Core Components can be found in the Core Components developer documentation.
To do this:
Navigating to the URL with the panel ID as anchor, the browser will scroll directly to the particular component and display the specified panel. If the panel is configured to not be expanded by default, it will be expanded automatically.
The edit dialog allows the content author to create, rename, and rearrange tabs as well as define the active tab.
Use the Add button to open the component selector to choose which component to add as a tab. Once added, an entry is added to the list, which contains the following columns:
If the viewport of the page is reduced so that the edit dialog becomes full screen, the Add button will be hidden. Components can still be added to the Tabs Component by dragging from the components browser and dropping on the Tabs Component in the page editor.
On the Accessibility tab, values can be set for ARIA accessibility labels for the component.
The content author can use the Select Panel option on the component toolbar to change to a different panel for editing as well as to easily rearrange the order of the tabs.
Once selecting the Select Panel option in the component toolbar, the configured tabs are displayed as a drop-down.
The design dialog allows the template author to define which components can be added as items to the tabs component as well as define which custom styles are available to the content author.
The Allowed Components tab is used to define which components can be added as items to the tabs component by the content author.
The Allowed Components tab functions in the same way as the tab of the same name when defining the policy and properties of a Layout Container in the Template Editor.
The Tabs Component supports the AEM Style System.
The Tabs Component supports the Adobe Client Data Layer.