How to Add Tabbed Content in WordPress Posts and Pages

By | March 9, 2020


Hey there and thanks for watching WPBeginner.
In this video you’ll learn how to add tabbed content in WordPress posts and pages. To get started, just install and activate
the tabs shortcode and widget plugin. Now when I go to add a new post, I can see
a new icon here I can click on this and setup the tabs. Here I can choose how many tabs I want, and if I want
horizontal or vertical tabs and give them a title. Here I can even add custom css for them.
As I’m working through this I’ll see a live preview here. I’m going to add the tab content and when I’m
finished, I’ll just click insert button to add them to my post. I can click publish and
we’ll see what it looks like on my page. We can also add a tabbed widget by going to
appearance–>widgets and add the otw shortcode widget to the sidebar. Then you can add whatever widget you want on the side. I hope you liked this video and found it helpful. If you did, click on the like button below and leave us a comment. And if you want to receive more helpful videos don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and check out WPBeginner for more useful information on WordPress.

14 thoughts on “How to Add Tabbed Content in WordPress Posts and Pages

  1. Enkii Muto Post author

    Not exactly what I was looking for but I'll use this too! Thx =)

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  2. Multiple Onions Post author

    That was WAY too fast, and there was no way I could see what it looked like on your page, so I don't know if it's what I want.

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  3. Merl Miller Post author

    You need to speak up. This is very difficult to hear! It is also way to fast. NOT useful at all.

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  4. Rick Hunter Post author

    She is using the Tabs Shortcode and Widget plugin. However, as of Version: 1.8, it does not support hyperlinks in text within the tabs. How do you format the text inside the tabs? I am looking for a way to apply simple line breaks, but the text all runs together.

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  5. Carolyne Nakisozi Post author

    way too fast.feels like u didnt want us to understand what u where doing?

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  6. The Poetic Gamer Post author

    I couldn't here what you said AT THE Beginning…click what…

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  7. Andrea Davidson Post author

    Hi I found this very helpful but I had to keep stopping and rewinding as you talk quite quick. Thank you for the assist though, much appreciated.

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  8. Anaelle Giorgi Post author

    way too fast and superficial explanation!

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  9. Teclote Post author

    Just install what? Spoken too fast, garbled, only showed for 1 second, very poor presentation.

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