There are so many different styles for creating tab navigations using jQuery but the general idea is the same (you click a tab and see its content without the page reloading). Below you will find our collection of what we think the most beneficial jQuery Tab plugins that you would find around these days and very useful to improve your site’s tab user experience. Enjoy!
1. Google Play’s minimal tabs with CSS3 & jQuery
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to build some new CSS3 & jQuery tabs inspired by Google Play‘s design.
2. jQuery EasyTabs Plugin
Handles all of the tab functionality, leaving the styling to you.
3. Create Tabs in HTML Using jQuery
Say goodbye to those long pages and implement HTML tabs today to improve your website’s user experience.
4. CSS3 & jQuery folder tabs
This will show you how to create folder tabs using nothing more than pure CSS3 and jQuery.
5. jQuery UI Bootstrap
With this theme, not only do you get the ability to use Bootstrap-themed widgets, but you can now also use (most) of Twitter Bootstrap side-by-wide with it without components breaking visually.
6. jQuery animated feedback tab thingy
I saw this little widget being used on a couple of sites lately, and decided to try building one myself. Turned out to be pretty simple using jQuery and some css foo.
7. Create Dynamic Tabs with JQuery
In this tutorial I create an example creating a dynamic tab with JQuery. In JQuery UI there is already ready to use plugin to create tabbed content, but I did not find a way to adding dynamic tab function.
8. Tab Style Login and Signup with jQuery, CSS
This will show you how to design tab style login and registration panel with CSS, HTML and Jquery. Tab system helps you to save page space…
9. Create A Tabbed Content Rotator Using jQuery
This plugin will create a tabbed content rotator. You can use this plugin to show your customers some of your products or services.
10. jQuery Moving Tab and Sliding Content
Learn how to create a moving tab slide content in this tutorial. Basically, the tab section simulates Lava Lamp Effect, and the content is using animate method to slide it.
Sam Deering has 15+ years of programming and website development experience. He was a website consultant at Console, ABC News, Flight Centre, Sapient Nitro, and the QLD Government and runs a tech blog with over 1 million views per month. Currently, Sam is the Founder of Crypto News, Australia.
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