I have a single webpage that has 6 tabs at the top. When the visitor clicks the tabs, it vertically scrolls (smooth scroll action) down to the information.
My question is… how CLOSE should the info (in HTML boxes) be from the different tabs? In other words, when the person is finished reading the info from the first tab, they probably will sneak a peak at the next section as it might be just a few lines lower and they will see it below. If I put A LOT of space so they cannot see the next section upon finish, then when it scrolls it will be scrolling thru a lot of dead space.
Anyone have an example to show me.
Best practice opinion?
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