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Tabs help you organize content by grouping similar information under a single container, showing and hiding it keeps related content in a single container that is shown and hidden via navigation.

​Using tabs, you can enable content organization at a higher level, switching between groups of content such as data sets, views or any other functional aspects of your digital product. Below you will find some basic guidelines for design:


  • Tabs should be organized in a single row, above the content they associate with.
  • The labels must me written clear and succinct, as to indicate the content contained within.
  • Labels may include icons and text. Avoid using icons not accompanied by labels, under the risk that it can make the content of your tab unclear for the users.
  • Tabs are not to be used as a menu for your site, for navigating to different pages or areas with different content. Instead, consider a header menu or vertical navigation for that purpose.







Examples of use