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Issue with changing the content text on tabs


#1

Hi there!
Webflow is completely new to me and I’m trying to create a website for a tennis organisation.
I have created a tab function on one of the pages and I have some problem changing the content text on each tab. When I change the content text on one of the tabs all tabs get the same text.

You can see the site here http://ttk.webflow.com/om-klubben

Public link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/ttk?preview=0a0e2f24fa397c74ba6eb85ff94e7d8a

Thanks in advance!
// Liz


#2

Can you please share your project’s public link so it's easier to understand your issue?

Learn how to do it here: http://help.webflow.com/sharing-your-public-webflow-site-link


#3

https://preview.webflow.com/preview/ttk?preview=0a0e2f24fa397c74ba6eb85ff94e7d8a

Go to pages --> "Om klubben"

Thanks,
Liz


#5

Snygg sida Liz! smile
PS. Uppenbarligen är det något är konstigt med sidan i sig, för jag kan även scrolla vertikalt. Jag kollar om jag kan upptäcka vad som är fel.

(English). Nice site Liz smile
Apparently there's a problem with the page itself as I'm able to scroll vertically. Looking if I can see what's causing it.


#6

Hi! Good swedish :D! I've also noticed that the entire site scrolls vertically. Could you find what problem that is causing that?

Cheers, Liz


#7

I am swedish, from Hudiksvall..:P

Nope, I haven't yet. Been away for the last few days. But there's obviously something overshooting. I'll take a look at it soon.


#8

On the home page, what's provoque the lateral scrolling is this:

So ther's that, you should remake the entirel col2. The elements inside have funky enormous width and their margin should be applied to them but to a div inside the column. (column, div, and content inside the div. style the div only.

Also, you're using a "divider" element, meaning you're using an element for what it hasn't been created for. You shouldn't, this bring many troubles (: instea,d opvercharge one of your content element with a class and add a margin.

Speaking of cheating with dummy elements to acheieve design layout, the "text divider" you're using in your Facts section is what causes hte lateral acrolling on your inner page (on top of the col2 doing the same).

If you want a tiny bar, rather use a div with dimensions and an upper border.

Hope this helps (:


#9