I am designing a site and on one page I am using two tabs to seperate two different kinds of content. One tab has more content and as such is longer on the page. But I noticed that MUSE uses which ever tab is the longest as the basis for how long the page is. This is fine while on that tab, but on the other tab it makes the page much longer (bunch of dead space) then it needs to be. Is there a way of getting around this or is this a limitation of muse?
Take a look at the page here and you will see what I mean. Click on cuff cases and scroll down and you will see what I mean.
This has come up in the forum archive. There is not currently a way to create a tabbed panel with adjustable/variable height content containers. This is not actually a bug in Muse, but it is a feature request. Please create an Idea topic for this feature in the Ideas for Features in Adobe Muse forum (http://forums.adobe.com/community/muse/ideas).
Here is the content from the archive request:
The boxes in tabbed panels should be adjustable to the content rather than have all the tabs open in the same size as the biggest text box.
Am I missing something or has this still not been resolved?
This makes the tabbed panels feature basically unusable. Who wants a ton of extra white space because one of their pages is longer?
The link to the "archive" seems to be dead.
I shouldn't have to add my own tabbed panels when I'm paying for Muse.
I too would like to see this resolved...or at least a workaround. I too am having the same issue and it looks terrible. I've got 8 tabs...and the one with the longest content is leaviing white space at the bottom of all my others.