HTML Content Boxes with Tabs
Here's an example of a basic tabbed content box. There's three tabs, each of which displays its content when the user clicks on it. Try it and see. Notice how the color of the text of the currently selected tab is red to give the user a visual clue to the tab's function.
NOTE: When you use tabs or other mechanisms to selectively hide and reveal your content, you need to be aware that Google gives much less weight to content that isn't visible to users when the page loads. That means you shouldn't include any critical content in those areas of your page that are initially hidden from view if you intend for users to find your pages for such content. This website design technique should mainly be used to display supplemental information.
This page was last modified on December 09, 2015