Stackable Releases New Tabs Block for Gutenberg

About a month after the release of the Carousel block, Alexandra from the Stackable team has introduced the brand-new Tabs block for Gutenberg in version 3.1.

New Tabs Block

This feature was highly requested by Stackable users and allows you to organise large amounts of content into separate tabs. Each of these tabs can display a different section of content, creating a more seamless navigation experience for your site visitors.

The Tabs block has been designed to be completely accessible and responsive, ensuring that content remains easily accessible and readable across a wide range of devices and screen sizes.

For example, you can use the new Stackable block to create a beautiful pricing table switcher that allows your site visitors to switch between monthly and annual payment plans.

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