Recently I was surfing the web for the best AJAX and CSS based tabs, menus for one of my project. In the process,I found some really good resources from fellow developers and thought to share the same with you all.
As you are aware that there are countless resources available on every topic in the world of internet but only a handful of them are utility types. As a result it is really hard at times to find the right resource from millions of websites which really suits our need.
Keeping this predicament of my fellow developers in mind, I came up with this list which will really prove to be helpful to all of you.
Here is the list of examples are arranged randomly, show some love and Digg it if you really like it :)
AJAX Tabs (Rails Redux):
Snippet Code for Simple AJAX Tabs with cool CSS Styles:
Hey folks over there, here I came up with simple Ajax Tabs, you guys can show case your valuable content using tabs scenario that to with Ajax. This is simple and elegant way of representing your content when your pages have tons of content to display. If you go through the code its simple and basic Ajax implementation, if you are a web-developer its easy to understand. In the example which I am attaching with this snippet article consists of index.html, ajax.js, tabs.css and lastly the content page named as contentpage1.html
The control can be easily initialized on a web page that makes building of DHTML tabbed interface a breeze. Just assign any elements on your page (for example DIVs) to tabs of Tabbar, and it will automatically do all work for you – the component will switch these elements displaying them by clicking on corresponding tab (see sample code for easy and fast initialization at the bottom of this page).
TabContainer – ASP.NET AJAX Control:
Each TabPanel defines its HeaderText or HeaderTemplate as well as a ContentTemplate that defines its content. The most recent tab should remain selected after a postback, and the Enabled state of tabs should remain after a postback as well.
Yahoo! UI Library: TabView
Tabtastic (Non AJAX):
This library is a simple way to implement tabs on your page using CSS, a little JS, and semantic markup which degrades gracefully on browsers with CSS unavailable or disabled.
Not only is it easy to use and accessible for screen-readers, but it supports multiple (nested, even) tabsets on the same page and allows users to bookmark the page loading to a specific tab.
A Different approach for Tab Menu (Non AJAX):
DOMTab – Navigation tabs with CSS and DOMscripting (Non AJAX):
Ajax Project – Tabbed Page Interface:
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This project was inspired by forum contributor Nomadiq, based on an original CSS/Tab idea that can be found at http://nontroppo.org/test/t ab1.html
We are going to use the AHAH functions described in the Metatag Grabber project to implement the interface.
DHTML Goodies: Tab Panes
Nothing much to say about this cool tab panes, as you all know DHTML Goodies always rocks. This site has got even support form section for all the examples they host and trust me their support form for each script is simply superb. So check out that site for other stuff too.
Ajax Tabs Content script:
This tab content script uses Ajax to let you display a selection of external content on your page inside a DIV and via CSS tabs! We got our inspiration for this script from Yahoo’s new homepage, which employs such a concept to show news in an organized fashion.
Tab Pane control (Non AJAX):
This Tab Pane control is fairly similar to the tab system Tim Scarfe created for developer-x.com and the basic idea is the same. That idea is to be able to use a normal XHTML document structure and if the browser supports DOM level 1 then the structure of the elements is slightly adjusted and a the className is changed for the tab pane container so that the css rules specially defined for the tab are applied.
Ajax Workshop 2: Building Tabbed Content
This workshop we will be building a tabbed content browser that’s Ajax powered. When ever a user clicks a tab the Ajax will communicate with the server and send back the appropriate data for that tab. We will start this workshop off with the XHTML and CSS for the tabbed content browser. We will need 3 main IDs (one for the container, one for the content area and one for the loading status) and 1 class (for the tabs).
This is the AJAX Tabs demo. It uses the Zapatec AJAX Transport layer to transfer the tab contents dynamically and JSON to define the contents. It fetches Tab contents only when they are needed. This method lets you reuse HTML code. You can think of it as a client/server side include. You can easily create a Zapatec Tabs database-driven application using AJAX and JSON.
DOM Dynamic Tabs (Non AJAX):
Create killer menus effortlessly!: CSS Tab Designer
CSS Tab Designer is a unique and easy to use software to help you design css-based lists and tabs visually and without any programming knowledge required! Ready made tab menu builder tool for designers and developers. Cool one must try it.
Light Weight Low Tech CSS Tabs (Non AJAX):
DD Tab Menu – 5 styles (Non AJAX):
DD Tab Menu is a standards compliant, 2 level tab menu. Move your mouse over a tab, and a 2nd level content appears beneath it. The script uses CSS to control all of its appearance, and plain HTML to implement the entire menu tabs and contents.
Module Tabs – Carousel:
Example of showing one page of content at at time in tabs. Each tab link scrolls to the page selected. Since all animation is turned off (animationSpeed = 0) then it just moves the desired content into view.
PAJAJ AJAX Tabs:
CSS Tabs 2.0 (Non AJAX):
I think this article doesn’t end here, there are even more good tab based interfaces and menus around the web. Why not check this huge collection of collected CSS based Navigational Tabs Articles, Tutorials on list menus, navigations and tabs.
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