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==Usage==
 
==Usage==
 
To create a set of tabs, use these four elements. Keep the page tabs in the same order on all pages and use "Tab1" for the current page.
 
To create a set of tabs, use these four elements. Keep the page tabs in the same order on all pages and use "Tab1" for the current page.

Revision as of 15:38, 22 August 2009


Usage

To create a set of tabs, use these four elements. Keep the page tabs in the same order on all pages and use "Tab1" for the current page.

{{Template:TabsTop}}
{{Template:Tab1|Current page name}}
{{Template:Tab2|Other page name(s)}}
{{Template:TabsBottom}}