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You can add tabs to your webpage to divide page content into sections.

Adding tabs

Demo: Adding tabs

 Content Editor ‭[2]‬


Deleting tabs

To remove a tab, you must first delete all the content in the tab as well as the tab name. Then, select the tab you wish to remove, and navigate to the insert section of the editing ribbon. In the tab section, click "remove tab".

If you do not delete the content before removing the tab, it'll continue to exist in the page's html, meaning it will still appear in Google search results. 


Tabs & changing templates 

If you switch a basic template to a basic plus template, Sharepoint will move any content you have in the main page content content to a field below the tabs and apply a grey background. Tip:

  1. Copy the content from the main page content area
  2. Switch to a basic plus template
  3. Paste the content into the first tab
  4. Delete the grey-background text
  5. Save the page
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