does it stay on the same tab when refreshin the browser?
No unfortunately it does not. It could be something that I add in version 1.2 though! Good idea.
Awesome file but I’m not seeing the styling in IE 8 , any ideas?
Yes, unfortunately IE8 doesn’t currently support CSS3 styling. The styles I included are for sample only, which have some fall backs for IE8 but don’t look identical.
The script, however, does function in IE8 as it is intended to.
In the documentation I outline the CSS styles that you can change in order to style this as you see fit.
Thanks for the quick reply and awesome script! I guess I’m styling some CSS buttons for IE . back to the grindstone. Again, Thanks
Hi: I am interested in both of your products:
I am a graphic designer and no knowledge of coding. How difficult is it to put this into my dream weaver HTML page?
Any help would be appreciated. thanks.
They are both pretty easy to use, I created them specifically for ease of use.
However, if you aren’t comfortable with coding CSS , you might have a challenge styling them. The base styles I have include work great in modern browsers, but not so much in IE.
I hope that answers your question. If you would like to preview the help files I would be happy to send them to you. They outline how easy it is to implement.
Compatible Browsers IE7 , IE8, FireFox 3, Firefox 3.5, Firefox 3.6, Safari 4, Safari 5, Opera, Chrome 4, Chrome 5
Why you write IE7 /IE8 and your script it doesn’t work in IE. I want my money back!
I understand your frustration though and you can ask for a refund at email@example.com.
I am also willing to help you style it so that it works in IE. just email the support address in the help file.
I just checked the description and that verbiage is not there, but it is for my other scripts.
I am willing to help you, but if you would like the refund you can contact envato and they will certainly do that for you.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Great script, I love it.
All is ok but I have a problem in Internet Explorer, you can see that when we click on a tab, the title appear to the right. This bug only appear in Internet Explorer and my client is not happy ^^. I tried the compatibility mode but the problem is still there.
Go to the link with IE and click on “Vente” for example, you will see the title displayed to the right. What could I do?
Ok, sorry, problem solved
Good luck for your sales
Glad you were able to fix the issue. Let me know if you need any other support!
I purchased the file and spent hours styling the css only to find out nothing appears in IE. Is there some fix ?
Can you be more specific as to the version of IE that you are having trouble with? Also a link to where I can see your implementation.
Can you help me out with styling for IE8 .
Sample at http://trans-multimedia.com/allstar/lightbox.html
Wow your implementation looks really good! What problems are you having with IE8 ?
you may use css3pie for ie…Really works :)))Everything will be same(gradient,shadows etc…)
Great advice! Thanks!
Nice file ! -just curious is it possible to trigger a tab through a a link on the page outside of the markup?
Hi, sorry I never saw this! You certainly could do that, but it will take some JS knowhow.
You can trigger the methods in the object thats created on the page. I dont have anything built in to do this, but if you are JS savvy you can certainly figure it out.
Tab-u-Lator works really well. I like it very much. However, I have one issue that I’m hoping you could help me with. When I have the tabs at the top of the page, they work fine. When I have the tabs at the bottom of the page and I click a tab, the page jumps to the middle of the page. Is there any way to fix this?
Great question! Yes I think this is solvable. I’ll take a look.
Is it possible to have the same in
his clone example here http://www.lws.fr/hebergement_web.php
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