I’ve created a tab set on a page, to toggle between three different data sets but in the same page layout. Unfortunately the dataset is very big, so it won’t run if all three are on the same page (even if I set it to not load on page load).
Therefore, I need to create three different pages, and use the tabs to navigate to them. I know this might not be a standard way of doing it, but the business likes the tab design & we’re using this for third parties via community.
I can get the tabs to take me to the different page, but it always loads on tab 1, even though I’m technically on tab 2. I want to find a way of setting the tab on page 2 to tab 2 as a default, and the tab on page 3 to tab 3. Otherwise, I click through to page 2, and am redirected back to page 1 instantly.
Any help welcome!
Oh me oh my. I suggest another approach for sure.
One page with your tabset that makes use of Page Include component.
- Build your page with your tabset.
- Create separate pages for the contents of each tab.
- Insert Page Include in each tab and assign pages.
Amazing! This worked so well. Thank you!!! I am very new, but I’m amazed by what I’ve built without a snip of code (well, a tiny tiny amount of basic css)
Awesome! Now if this Related List of records has other parent records you can use the same page used in the page includes. We do this for Task and Event object so we can leverage dev time for every detail page.