Toggle Tabs Page


Standard one column page layout where multiple modules can be stacked on top of each other (they should not be overlapping). This page includes a tab-like UI component for showing and hiding modules.


  • When this page is added to your app, it will come with two main groups:

    • Group page860Group - This group contains the responsive settings for all modules. All modules should be placed into this group.

    • Group Toggles - This group contains the toggle tabs UI and logic.

      • In the workflows tab, you will see a custom workflow called Set tab state. This custom workflow has a parameter for number and whenever you trigger this workflow you should pass an integer for tab number (e.g, 1, 2, or 3).

  • This page will come with a Popup Hidden Variables. For more information on how to use the Popup Hidden Variables, click here.

    • var - Website object - This group stores the website object (e.g., app name, primary color, and etc.)

    • var - toggle tabs - This group stores the toggle tab number (1,2,3) of the tab that the user is currently viewing.

    • var - dummy - This is a placeholder group. You can store any data here by updating the type of content and data source of the group.

  • This page will also come with two reusable elements: header A and footer.

How to set up

  • Remove (Button Tab 1, Button Tab 2, or Button Tab 3) or add additional toggle tabs

If you add additional button tabs, please remember to update the conditional statement (when var - toggle tab's number is X then change the Button Tab's background color)

  • Resize Group page860Group and add other modules inside of it

    • By default, the modules should be hidden on page load (uncheck the box for This element is visible on page load for each module)

      • Check the box for Collapse this element's height when hidden

  • To show or hide modules, add conditional statements to each module:

    • For the first module, add the conditional statement

      • var - toggle tab's number is empty or var - toggle tab's number is 1then This element is visible

    • For modules after the first module, add the following conditional statement:

      • var - toggle tab's number is 2 then This element is visible

      • var - toggle tab's number is 3 then This element is visible

      • and so on..

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