I’ve done this before but found it rather awkward in Freeway as I was having to make the html snippets on other pages, publish the other pages, cut out the relevant section, and paste it back into the hard-to-read (my eyes!) markup box. It was all very fiddly, although it works.
This time I thought I might just use in the tab markup, which would save loads of fiddling and copy-paste.
Now…the tabs are a effectively one chunk of code containing four divs, each with its own ID - each ID representing a tab. Thus ID=Overview, ID=Testing etc.
I could make four different pages and give each
Is there a way I can put all the product information, Overview, Specs, Testing and Download on one Freeway page, but somehow mark it up so that only the relevant information is called into the relevant
ie. make these product pages a table with four cells, and give each cell an ID. Then the php call from the main page might be <?php include('producta.html?id=test'); ?>…or some such code?
Maybe this should be in dynamo, sorry if it’s out of place. But can anyone suggest whether this might work? And how to get my divs and ID and calls all correct!
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