What I am trying to achieve is to have a section of a confluence page have 3 tabs, with each tab having a different form displayed on it.
At the moment I have the area set out in a section and column, and there is an iframe showing a google docs form. I want to be able to show 3 forms, but still take up the same amount of page real estate, so I want something like tabs. Clicking a tab will show a different google docs form in the place of the original one.
This must be done without reloading the main page, as the main page has other content on it that should not change, only the column showing the forms.
I have tried using excerpts and display in page macros, but these do not work as I want. Is there any way to achieve this?
I think the plugin "Navitabs" could help here:
They have the macro "Localtab", where you could place the tabcontent. Documentation:
I hope this helps
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