I created two user macros: one for the 'tabs container', and one for creating tabs. You insert as many 'tab' user macros inside the 'tab container' user macro. I'm using the Confluence tabs shown on this page: https://docs.atlassian.com/aui/latest/docs/tabs.html
The tabs render correctly in HTML, but when I export to a PDF, nothing gets displayed but the outline of the 'tabs container'. The 'tabs container' user macro uses JS to create an unordered list of tab anchors from the content added to the inserted 'tab' user macros. Again, this works great for HTML pages, but not for the exported PDF.
Also, is there a way to access the content of the inserted user macros through the $content or other Confluence objects of the parent 'tabs container'? If that was possible, I could theoretically create static HTML and possibly correct the problem. I'm assuming this issue is because of the rendering of the $body in the 'tab' user macro because when I just use the HTML macro to enter the tabs as shown in the page above, it renders in the HTML page and also gets displayed in the exported PDF, although the presentation of the PDF is not great. Thanks in advance for any help.
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