Tab templateEdit

You say you're having problems with the "#tag:tabber template". Do you mean this template used on character pages? - Strabo412 (talk) 22:09, June 15, 2018 (UTC)

Close, but what I mean is the template where, for example, on the Miles Edgeworth Sprite Gallery, it has all the different types of Edgeworths.  And the tab, like this.                       v

I would have thought tag:tabber would have something to do with this. I don't get how it works, however. I have tried, but failed to use it. Wonobo (talk) 01:35, June 16, 2018 (UTC)
Ah, I see. To be honest, I can't get that template to do what I want it to do all the time (mostly when I want to do tabs within tabs)! Unfortunately, it's a little complicated to explain. Maybe you could tell me where you're trying to use it? I could then do it for you and you can maybe get a better idea of how it works that way? - Strabo412 (talk) 15:11, June 19, 2018 (UTC)

Whilst browsing the wikia, I had noticed that Sherlock Holmes - Sprite Gallery had two sections, but it didn't use this template. I thought I'd try to be helpful, but couldn't figure out how it worked.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Wonobo (talk). Please sign your posts with ~~~~

Ok. So I've gone ahead and edited that page, but I'll try and walk you through how I used the template. I should note that this is via the source editor, not the visual editor.

{{#tag:tabber|Detective outfit = <--- Starts template. Part after | determines name of first tab.
<gallery><--- Starts image gallery.

</gallery><--- Ends image gallery.

{{!}}-{{!}}Casual outfit =<--- Creates and names second tab.
<gallery><--- Starts image gallery.

</gallery><--- Ends image gallery.
}}<--- Ends template.

Hopefully that makes some sort of sense! - Strabo412 (talk) 19:32, June 26, 2018 (UTC)
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