How to add tabbed header layouts to sections or harnesses
You can use the the Tab control in a section or harness rule to quickly add one or more tabbed header layouts or add tabs to an existing header.
To add a tabbed header layout, do the following:
- In a section or harness rule, select the down-arrow () at the right end of the Layout control group () and select the Tab control. ().
- Do either of the following:
- In a section, drag and drop the Tab control above or below a layout (a horizontal yellow line appears where the new layout will be placed):
By default, the section displays a new double-column SmartLayout using a Tab header type and standard subheader format as shown here:
Click the magnifying glass in the top-level wireframe to open the Tab SmartLayout properties panel and edit the tab title or adjust the header's appearance.
- In a harness, drop the Tab control above or below another container as shown here:
The harness displays a container using a standard header format with a tabbed header type:
Click the magnifying glass in the top-level wireframe to open the Container properties panel and edit the tab title or adjust the header's appearance.
To add a tab to a tabbed header, drag the Tab control from the Layout control group and drop it to either side of a tab (a vertical yellow line appears where the tab will placed ).
The new tab appears as shown here:
Published August 3, 2010 — Updated August 4, 2010