Is there a STACK that can do what this website is doing?


(Eric davis) #1

I want to do what this person has done on this page

On this page there is a sub menu in the middle of the page under the header FRE.

each tab of this sub menu, when clicked, shows only the content for that tab,

what I like is that it’s not directing to a new page or an anchor, but it changes the content based on which tab you click.

Is there a way to do this with stacks?


(Jonathan Spencer) #2

It’s a Wordpress based site using the Central theme.

Pretty much everything can be done with a framework based theme such as Foundation or Foundry. The sub menu could be a simple tab stack of which there are many examples. You would never get it exactly the same but it would be pretty damn close and most users wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

If you really like it, it would be cheaper to buy the theme and build it in Wordpress to be honest.


(Eric davis) #4

THANKS SO MUCH, I really appreciate it.


(Mathew Mitchell) #5

One of the things the cited webpage does NOT do well is handle the tabs when you scaled down to iPhone size. It works, but it’s a bit awkward/ugly.

OTH the Switcher stack recommended by @SteveB can do a very elegant “switch” from tab to accordion format when scaled down. The result is much more pleasant to look at.