I remember the day when I was asked to develop my first Magento extension. I was scared as I knew what a beast Magento was and that developing modules is a challenging task even for very experienced PHP developers. There were no good sources of information back in the day – no books, no detailed tutorials, except for a very basic, Hello World extensions. I mean there were and still are articles where you can understand some basics, also you’re always allowed to view the source of Magento core and well-written community extensions to understand how to write an extension but still there was a gap and a lack of a practical, hands-on guide to building Magento modules from scratch. Then Magento published its own Magento Extension Developer’s Guide and few months ago, in September 2013, Packt Publishing released a new 128 pages book called Getting Started with Magento Extension Development by Branko Ajzele. (more…)
Add tabs on CMS pages of your store with Magento Tabs. Insert tabs wherever you want on the page easily. Use the WYSIWYG editor to create content of the tabs. You can add texts and links, images and videos, tables, lists and more. Feel free to gather different tabs to be displayed in one window. Create unlimited number of tabs and their combinations.
- Tabs on CMS pages
- Unlimited number of tabs
- Possibility of editing content in the WYSIWYG editor
- Easy to add tabs wherever you want
- Horizontal and vertical position of the tabs
How does it look on the front end?
Whether you want to organize content in a space-limited store page or show as much content and as possible, Magento Tabs is a perfect solution. These visually appealing tabs are easy to create and use.
Create tabs in the WYSIWYG editor and add any content. Choose tabs to be displayed together. Insert the window anywhere on the page.
Tabs appear where configured.
How to configure the extension?
Log in to the admin panel, and we will show all you may need to configure.
Create tabs in Home Tabs -> Manage Tabs. In order to create a tab, click Add New.
Create tabs in the WYSIWYG editor.
In order to add tabs, go to CMS -> Pages. Select the page and select the Content tab.
Click where you want the tabs to appear and select Insert Widget at the top of the area.
In the Widget Type menu, select Home Tabs.
Next, select the tabs you want to be displayed.