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Guide Listing Display - Single or Tabbed

Pages within Guides can be organized as Single display view to hide the tab container, or, Tabbed view for multiple tab options.

Certain Article Type pages belong within Guides according to the MindTouch Guided Content Framework. By default, MindTouch displays articles within Guides in alphanumeric order by URL.

Change Guide Listing Display

  1. Expand Page Settings.
  2. Under Guide Listing Display, select either the Single or Tabbed radio button.

Single Guide pages

Hide the tab container from the page for a simpler presentation of the listed pages.
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Tabbed Guide pages

Tabbed view displays the traditional tab UI. 

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Add Guide tabs

  1. Click the  Plus (+) icon of the tab container.
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  2. Choose a tab style select Add new tab.
  3. The Guide tab will display pages according to the selected Tab style.
  4. Click the Edit icon to rename the tab label.
     

Guide tab options

Featured articles

Display articles according each of the following categories: Most Popular, Highest Rated, Recently Added, and Recently Edited.

Classification

Select a specific Classification of pages display alphanumerically by URL.

Custom Classification 

For further control over the display of articles within Guides, you can create custom classification Guide tabs.

Article directory

Display all articles within the parent Guide alphanumerically by page title.

Tag directory

Display all articles alphanumerically by tag; untagged articles are listed separately above other articles and are visible only to Pro Members.

Topic hierarchy 

Display Topic pages alphanumerically by URL. Subtopic (How-To or Reference) pages are displayed beneath their parents, also in alphanumeric order by URL. Up to five subtopic pages will be revealed by default; additional subtopic pages can be revealed by clicking the ellipses below the fifth subtopic.

Path 

Display a single or multiple Paths. By default, Paths are listed in the order in which they are added to the tab, but can be reordered via drag-and-drop.

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