View Full Version : 8 wikis to be integrated into an extra tab ???

January 21st, 2009, 02:27 AM
HI, I want to know how you can intergrade 8 wikis in a tab?

how would it be done professionally??

I know html and css and php and javascript.

on this website: http://www.mobileconsultinginc.com/testimonials

this only needs html and css right??

I looked at the source code and seems they are using a class.

I want to know how they made the tab function. Like when you click the tab function they load on the left side of that box... it would load services, or sight up yet on the right they have one frame that never changes and it allows you to sign up for consultation.

January 21st, 2009, 05:19 AM
I am trying to help out a friend who is friends with the owner of that site.

they want to add 8 wikis to the tab.

I assume I can type the code to add 8 wikis.

I just don't know what wikies are. well I know wikipedia.

but I don't know what wikies are and if it needs to be dealt specially.

I think I just need to add in the link info with the css tabs class.

I just want to know if there has to be something sepcial done in order to edit the code.

I just see that he has to add the link code to the tab class to make a tab when clicked to show a html file text in the frame set.

If I am on the wrong track please do correct me.

Also if you think I am right. Reply raying that I am right and no need to worry about it.

January 21st, 2009, 07:36 PM
I am not asking for you to give me scripts or programming anything.

I would like to know how the site is built.

to me it seems like the tabs are set by css. I saw the class that handels the css portion of the links.

I seen the html code of the links. I still don't understand how they get a url having like www.mydomain.com/services

I know that when I do something like that it's usally like www.mydomain.com/services.php or .html it would show as a file.

I am guessing they are using a server mod to rewrite the url.

I am not sure.

but when you click on the tabs I assume it using frame sets.

The reason is that when you click on a tab.

You only see on the left side of the box area change.

take a look at the site and play around with the tabs you will see what I

I think they use frame sets.

Would this be right?? or am I off track?