Brightspot Content Types Guide

Tab


Tab modules provide a compact display of many related assets. A tab module contains a title, description, and individual tabs. Each tab typically contains modules, each with its own title, description, and assets.

To make a tab module:

  1. In the header, click add.
  2. From the Create list, select Tabs.
  3. In the Internal Name field, enter a name for the tab module. The Internal Name is how this identified in Brightspot and is not seen by your site's visitors.
  4. In the Title field, enter the tab module's title.
  5. In the Description field, enter the tab module's description.

    The Title and Description are visible to your site's visitors; see the following illustration.

  6. Under Tabs, do the following to create tabs:

    1. Click add_circle_outline.
    2. In the Internal Name field, enter a name for the tab. The Internal Name is how this identified in Brightspot and is not seen by your site's visitors.
    3. In the Title field, enter the text that appears in the tab. The Title is visible to your site's visitors; see the following illustration.
    4. Add modules to the tab by doing the following:

      1. Under Tab Content, click add_circle_outline.
      2. From the Ad list, select a module.
      3. Complete the form for the selected module
      4. Repeat steps i–iii to add additional modules to this tab.
  7. Repeat step 6 to add additional tabs.

  8. Click Publish.

The following illustration is an example of a tab module.

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Tab module rendered

Referring to the previous illustration—

  • The tab module contains two tabs: Authors and Research.
  • The Research tab contains a list module White papers. The list module has a title, description, and a list of three assets.
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