Multiple document interfaces can be realized by implementing tab-based design, the users can utilize tabs to navigate between documents. For tab-design, generally CSS is used, for faster loading and optimization, Ajax techniques can be used too. There are so many Web pages describing tab usage, the ones using most interesting techniques are as follows:
It makes adding tabs into a website super simple. But it can also open the door to endless possiblities.
Build CSS tabs without using any images or hacks and with as little CSS as possible.
Nested tab set done with the ExtJS UI Library.
This is a versatile Ajax Tabs Content script that lets you display content pulled from external files inside a DIV and organized via CSS tabs. A fully unobtrusive, CSS and HTML based script, it supports practical features such as persistence of the active tab (ie: when page is reloaded), an “IFRAME” mode, a “slideshow” mode, ability to expand/contract arbitrary DIVs on the page at the same time, nested tabs, and much more.
Included an idle state listener to bring all the tabs back to their normal state after a desired amount of time without mouse movement on the window.
Tabs based on Yahoo UI Library.
Tab navigation with sleek animation using Moo FX.
How to create low-bandwidth tab navigation on a web page using CSS..
A sample that show how you can add tab transition animations to your existing Tab Panel Controls.
Control.Tabs attaches creates a tabbed interface from an unordered list of links/anchors that point to any elements on your page that have an id attribute.
Glowing Tabs Menu uses a background image that accentuates the outline of the tabs. And to jazz it up, the selected tab “glows”, by using the “Sliding Doors” technique to shift the original background image upwards to reveal the glowing version of the tab design. An exquisite yet professional looking horizontal menu.Tags: download, tabs, Techniques