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Dreamweaver CS5.5 : Add Content to Tabbed Panels

10/31/2011 5:51:48 PM
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You can edit the text in the panels and tabs of a tabbed panel group in Dreamweaver's workspace. You can also insert images, video, and other elements into the panels.


Add Content to Tabbed Panels

Note: Insert a tabbed panel group, as shown in the previous section, "Create Tabbed Panels," and then follow these steps.

Click and drag to select the text on a tab.



Type to enter new text on the tab.

Repeat steps 1 and 2 for each tab.

Click the blue Spry tabbed panels bar.



Click the name of a tab to select the panel.

  • The selected panel is displayed in the workspace.

Enter any text, images, or other elements that you want in the tab area.



The new content is displayed in the panel in Dreamweaver's workspace.

Repeat steps 4 to 6 for each panel.




Can I add multimedia to tabbed panels?

Yes. You can insert anything into a panel that you can insert into a Web page, and you do so in much the same way. Just make sure that you have selected the panel in which you want to add content in the Properties inspector while you have the blue Spry tabbed panels bar selected.


 
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