WordPress is the most popular platform, and here you can show all your information according to your will. Showing everything or many information at one page may make your page bigger, and your visitors might not like it due to the long scrolling. You can easily solve this with the help of nested tabs.
Nested tabs allows you to group and keep your information in different tabs but on the same page. Without scrolling to next page, one will be able to see your information by clicking on the tab. With the help of nested tabs, you will be able to showcase your information easily.
If you don’t know how to create nested tabs in WordPress, then don’t worry. In this post, I will show you the whole process to create nested tabs in WordPress. All you have to do is follow it till the end, and then you will be able to create your nested tabs.
Create Nested Tabs in WordPress
To create nested tabs in WordPress, first, install Ultimate Blocks plugin from the WordPress plugins directory.
After the installation, don’t forget to activate the plugin. Open the page or post, where you want to create nested tabs.
Now click on the “Add block” button and search for “Tabbed Content” block. Insert the block by clicking on it.
Now click on the “Add block” button within the tabbed content block. Again, search for the “Tabbed Content” block and insert it.
In this way, you can add multiple tabbed content blocks inside another block, and a nested tab will be created (one tabbed content inside another).
You can insert your content inside the tabs and also create the 2nd tab, 3rd tab, and more tabs inside another.
There are also different customization options available in the block setting. Just click on the Settings icon on the top right, then click on the “tabbed content”.
Now click on the Block settings on the top right side. From here, customize the tab style, tab color, tab layout, tab anchor, and many other things in the way you like. If you want a quick overview, check the gif image below.
I hope now you have understood the whole process. So why wait? Go to your dashboard and create nested tabs. If you liked the post, please share it with your friends, and don’t forget to leave your thoughts in the comment box below.