How to Add Tabs In WordPress Posts/Pages 

If you’re on the lookout for a way to add a little bit extra organization to your WordPress posts, tabs can be the perfect solution. Tabs allow you to present multiple chunks of information in a limited space, making it easier for your readers to navigate and go through your content. Tabs can help you create a clean and user-friendly layout whether you want to promote product features, display totally different types of information, or give multiple perspectives on a topic.

This step-by-step post will take you through the process of adding tabs to your WordPress posts without any coding experience.  By the end of this piece, you’ll be able to come up with professional-looking and intriguing content that will captivate your readers. So, let’s jump in! 

Adding Tabs in WordPress

Using plugins is the easiest way to add tabs to your WordPress posts. WordPress has a plugin for literally everything, and that includes tabs too. To add tabs in a post, we will be using a tabs plugin, Ultimate Blocks. Which is, in my opinion, a must-have block editor plugin. 

Step 1: Install the Ultimate Blocks Plugin 

First of all, go get the plugin. To install the Ultimate Blocks Plugin, go to the WordPress dashboard, then click on Plugins (1), then Add New (2), and then type Ultimate Blocks in the search bar (3), and hit enter. Then just click on the install (4) button and activate the plugin. 

Step 2: Add the ‘Tabbed Content’ Block 

Once you have installed and activated the plugin, you can start using the tabbed content block. Go to the post where you want to add tabbed content. Then, to add a new block, click the (+) icon (1). Then search for tabbed content (2) and click on that once found it. You can insert the block into your post by clicking on it (3).

Step 3: Add Content to the Block 

Now that you’ve added the block, you can start adding content to your tabs. By tapping the (+) option, you can add as many tabs as you need.

Step 4: Customize & Configure the Block

You can also customize and configure the block according to your own requirements. You can customize the alignment by clicking on the align tabs center option and selecting what you want.

From the right-hand side options panel, you will find the ‘block’ section where you can customize the block even more. Here, you can customize the tab colors and styles to match your preferences.

You can also alter the tab layout. If you want to show your tabs in vertical order, select ‘vertical’. 

And that’s all for today.


Well, you now know how to easily add tabs to your WordPress posts. Now that you have this newfound knowledge, go ahead and start adding tabs to your WordPress posts! Go get Ultimate Blocks and elevate your content by structuring it properly, giving a more seamless navigation experience, and captivating your viewers with an aesthetically pleasing look.

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