Tabs provide a way to progressively disclose information on a page. Like Accordions, they contain WYSIWYGs, so content within can be customized.
When to use Tabs
- If the content within the tab might not be necessary to all users.
- If content within a tab is complementary or about a similar topic.
- If you can present a succinct title for the tab; aim for 3 words or less.
When to consider using something else
- If you need more than three or four sections of content (an Accordion might work).
- If the information is critical to the page and shouldn't be hidden on load.
Tab content appears here. It is input via a WYSIWYG. You can add headings, regular text, images, video and more.