Any page can include subpages in the form of tabs. Adding a tab to a page turns it into a tabbed page. This is a good way to structure different sections of information with the same theme.
To add a tab to a page
- Hover over the page header until you see an + Add tab button.
- Click + Add tab.
- In the Create tab dialog, give it a name and click Confirm.
If you have previously set up tabs on a different page, you may be prompted when creating a tab to decide if you would like to add the previous tab set again. Choose Use previous tabs to do so, or No thanks to create a new tab set.
To add content to a tab, click the tab and add content as you normally would in the area below.
- Hover over the tab you would like to edit, click the menu icon
- Select Edit tab from the menu.
- Enter the new name of the tab.
- Click Confirm to save.
- Hover over the tab you would like to edit, click the menu icon.
- Select Duplicate from the menu.
- The duplicated tab will automatically appear next to the original.
Hide tabs in the published site, including from search.
- To hide a tab, prefix the name of the tab with an underscore (_).
- Publish the documentation to see changes reflected.
Removing a tab will also remove its contents. Please move the contents to another page if you would like to preserve them.
- Hover over the tab you would like to delete, click the menu icon.
- Note -> Move tab contents before deleting if you would like to save them.
- Click Delete from the menu.
- In the confirmation dialog, click Confirm.
Deleting the last tab will return the page to its default state, without tabs. You can always add a tab again to convert it into a tabbed page.
- Remove all other tabs but the last one.
- Click Return to default layout to remove the last tab.
- In this case, page content will be preserved, and the layout will return to a normal page.