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Using cc-Tabbed Area

Here is an example of a tabbed area subtemplate. 

We recomemnd that you use them when you have too much information to diplay neatly on one screen.  It will save the user from having to scroll down the page.

Drag & Drop the cc-TabbedArea component icon from the Components folder in the Navigator into the web page.

In Edit mode it consists of 4 Title areas (Tab A, Tab B, Tab C, Tab D) and then 4 boxes underneath that relate to these tabs.

The tabs enable related information to be kept together but then diplayed individully when in preview mode.

Up to 4 tabs can be used, but you can choose to use only 1, 2 or 3 of them, but they must be contiguous.



You must change the title from Tab A etc to your own choice of words.

Each tabbed area that you wish to use must have a Title.

If you do not want to use all 4 tabs just leave the Tab title as it is




The tabbed areas can contain text or graphics as well as links etc.

Other componets can be added into this tabbed area component but might have to be resized using the handles

Feature Table

This is an example table caption
Entry requirements G400
Classification BSc/BSc (Hons)
Course duration 4 years
Course start date 00 September 2010
Course mode Full time
Subject area Comput

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