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    For the shortcode ‘tab’, I want to use an image instead of text as the title on the tab.

    But when placing the html code for an image it does not work…

    Is it possible to make it work?

    Hope to hear from you

    Kinda urgent



    That functionality isn’t part of any of the themes as far as I know.

    However the tab itself is created on line 263 of register-shortcodes.php in /includes/admin/ directory of the theme. You can change that line to look like:

    $output  = '<div class="tab $title"></div>'."n";

    Now when you add titles to your tabs make the title a css class name which describes a background image. So lets say you first tab you give a title of imgDog. and you already have .imgDog in css described as a background image. So now your first tab would have a background image, and so on but it would have no text. This is done since there is no loop there to iterate +1 to some generic class name. Otherwise you will have to create the functionality programmatically.




    Thanks Nick, i’ll give that a try!

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