JQuery::Tabs - Have tabs to see different pages
my @tabs = ("tab 1","tab 2","tab 3","tab 4") ; my @texts = ("line 1","line 2","line 3","line4") ; my $tab = JQuery::Tabs->new(id => 'myTab', tabs => \@tabs, texts => \@texts, addToJQuery => $jquery, ) ; my $tab = JQuery::Tabs->new(id => 'myTab', tabs => \@tabs, remote => 'true', # no texts needed if remote remoteProgram => '/cgi-bin/jquery_tabs_results.pl', rm => 'myMode', addToJQuery => $jquery, spinner => 1, ) ; my $html = $tab->HTML ;
Allow the user to see different pages using tabs. For an example of how it looks, see http://www.stilbuero.de/jquery/tabs/.
This module sets up tabs for different pages. The HTML can be supplied directly, or the page can be updated remotely. When used remotely, the program returns the run mode parameter, rm, as well as the parameter tab, which contains the text in the tab header.
In remote mode, taconite is not used to refresh the page. All that is expected is a normal html. If you are using CGI, something like this is expected:
use CGI ; my $q = new CGI ; print $q->header(-type=>'text/html'); print $env ;
This is the id of the tab
The JQuery object to be added to.
This is a list of tab names for the headers
This is a list of HTML texts needed for each tab. If the page is going to be updated remotely, this is not needed.
The run mode that will be returned to the server.
When updated remotely, this add a little spinning wheel to the tab to show that it is being updated.
Allow the back button in the browser to give the expected results.
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Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-jquery-taconite at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=JQuery. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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Copyright 2007 Peter Gordon, all rights reserved.
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