Controlling stacks from other stacks

I’m trying to figure out how to have a two-column layout, let’s say with a simple set of links on the left, each of which shows different content on the right, with the content on the right being stack-based.

So, the user can click something in the left column, and one set of stacks is displayed on the right, then when (s)he clicks something else on the left column, a different set of stacks is displayed on the right.

I’m thinking it may be possible to have N container-type stacks on the right, and have the links on the left somehow manipulate the ‘hide’ property ? But I don’t know how to go about doing that. Is there a newbie tutorial with something like this that someone might recommend ?

Cheers :slight_smile:

Sounds like what you are looking for would be called “Vertical Tabs”?

I know Foundry (framework) has that in it’s Thunder pack add on:

https://foundry.elixirgraphics.com/documentation/vertical-tabs/

Foundation 6 (framework) also has a template for this in the base product.

Both those options are complete frameworks. There might be another option that would do this stand-alone, but I don’t know one.

Perhaps someone else can help out.

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Thanks :slight_smile:

I have Foundry, so maybe I’ll spring for the Thunder Pack and use that :slight_smile:

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Joe Workman’s Peek-a-Boo and Elixir Graphics Capsule will both do this kind of things too.

I’m sure you can do that with Limelight. https://www.bigwhiteduck.com/stacks/limelight/

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