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I'm trying to build a Mult Tab in wordpress. It's a simple one with 3 or 4 tabs only. Sonething like the one showing on the picture. Remember, this id for WordPress.

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I'm trying to implement this on posts. we'll this work on posts? I'll read on.
I'm kind dumb for coding. If you can help providing me the code, I'll appreciate it.
thanks for the response. It was really quick.
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Would a plug-in like this do the trick for you:

postTabs

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/posttabs/
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So easy ah. I've been looking for this plugin all day long. Big help, so simple and it works just fine.
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thank you
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Glad it worked. :-)
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