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Sliding Tab Pullout for Drupal?

Posted on 2013-01-24
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Hello Experts,

Anyone know if the following is offered for Drupal?  I've been searching, but with no luck.  I'd like to have an image attached to a tab on the side that would be available to slide out when needed.

Pull Out Tab examples


Thanks.
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There are no 'modules' that I know of, but there is a jQuery plugin that can be used for this.

Working example of the tabSlideOut jQuery plugin
http://www.building58.com/examples/tabSlideOut.html
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by:Modifier1000
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This one worked, because of the two Google <script> tags at the top.

thx!
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