I need help with a website I built using a custom WordPress child theme which uses the Enfold theme as its parent theme.
I need to enable the back button to work with the built in Tabs shortcode.
An example page on the site with tabs is located here:
Here is a sample of the default tabs shortcode in action on the default parent theme:
As you can see the tabs already dynamically add a # and the tab title to the end of the url. However, it does not get added to the browser history so when a user clicks on the back button (after clicking around on a few tabs) it takes them back to the previously loaded page, not the last tab they were looking at.
I've looked at a few sources for getting this to work the way we want, such as:
I think one of those may work. I just need help implementing the correct solution.
Here is the default theme Tab Shortcode js:
Here is the Tab Shortcode php file:
http://snippi.com/s/4k4wn6h (the part that outputs the tabs is near line 191)
I realize this question/request may need more information or source code. If so, please just let me know what you need and I will try to get it to you.
I am hoping to have this done in the most minimal and efficient methods possible, without rewriting a lot of the existing code.
Please let me know if you think you could figure this out or if you have any other questions.
Just Me answers:
Can you describe the scenario with a little more detail? What do you click and where do you want to go? The links I tried all open in a new window/tab which means, when I close the windows/tab I am back where I started from already. But maybe you have something else in mind.