How Does The Plugin Work?
The plugin adds a new custom Divi module into the existing Divi Visual Builder. Simply go to your Divi Builder, add a new module, and select “Divi Tabs Maker” to get started. Please check out our main documentation page for more info on all the features.
Can I Add Divi Layouts To The Tabs?
Yes! This is a major feature of the module. You can easily add any Divi section, row, or module to your tab content area by simply clicking the dynamic icon button in the content area and selecting any layout from the Divi Library.
Is It Possible To Make Nested Tabs Within Tabs?
In general, it’s possible to add Divi Library layouts inside tabs, but with this specific scenario it is not working with the current structure of Divi. There seems to be an issue with how Divi handles tabs.
You’ll see some odd behavior with or without our plugin if you try to nest a tab module within a tab module. If you use the default Divi tabs module and create a few tabs, save to the Divi Library, use a shortcode (with a free plugin like Simple Divi Shortcode), then add this saved layout in the content of the default Divi tabs module, you will see the title of the last tab from the saved layout will replace the title of the first tab.
We found one way it could work. With both default tabs or both Tabs Maker, it will not work, but if one of each is used, it works:
- If the tabs in the saved layout are created using our Divi Tabs Maker plugin and a default Divi tabs module is added into the content via shortcode, then it’ll work perfectly fine.
- If the tabs in the saved layout are created using the default Divi tabs module, and the Divi Tabs Maker tabs are added into the content via dynamic content, then it’ll work perfectly fine.
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