This article is for the legacy structure editor.


You can use tabs to display different pieces of related content side by side, for example if you have content in multiple languages, or SEO content for a webpage or blog post.

Add a tab to a Template or Structure

1. Open the Template/Structure editor

This can be done in two ways:

  • From within an Item, by clicking the applied Template/Structure at the top right-hand side
  • From the Templates tab, by selecting the Template you'd like to edit directly

2. Click the 'Add a tab' button
Tip: You can duplicate and delete a tab by clicking on the cog to the right of the tab name.
3. Name your new tab by double-clicking it
4. Add the fields you need to the new tab's structure
5. Click the 'Save Template/Structure' button

Duplicate a tab

  1. Open the Template/Structure editor
  2. Select the tab you wish to duplicate
  3. Click the Cog next to the tab title
  4. Select 'Duplicate'
  5. Click the 'Save Template/Structure' button

Tip: Duplicating a tab doesn't duplicate any content entered on this tab. Only structure and guidelines are kept.

Make a tab private

You can restrict access to a tab by making it private. This means that only users with a Role that has the permission Access private tabs = True can view this tab and its content. To make a tab private:

  1. Open the Template/Structure editor
  2. Select the tab you wish to make Private
  3. Click the Cog next to the tab title
  4. Select 'Make private'
  5. Click the 'Save Template/Structure' button

If you need to make a tab public again, you can click the settings cog and select 'Make public'.

Delete a tab

  1. Open the Template/Structure editor
  2. Select the tab you wish to delete
  3. Click the Cog next to the tab title
  4. Select 'Delete'
  5. Click the 'Save Template/Structure' button

Did this answer your question?