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Leslie McKerchie

Hi Sean,

Thanks for reaching out and letting us know that this is a feature you would like to see as well.

I was able to track down a few requests and pulled them together in a report for our team.

I wanted to share some information about how we manage these feature requests as that may be helpful.

This conversation has been included so that any updates we have in the future can be shared with you here.

OWEN HOLT

You can use JavaScript (technically JQuery) to accomplish this.

  1. Find your custom tabs and give them a unique ID.
    You can do this "At timeline start" on your very 1st slide. All of your custom tabs have the same ID so changing this to a unique ID will give you more control. The following example is for a course with 2 custom tabs. It will update the id's to tab1 and tab2. "tab1" will be the first tab found searching from left to right across the bar.
    $("#tab-customlink").attr("id", "tab1");
    $("#tab-customlink").attr("id", "tab2");
  2. Now that they have a unique ID, you can execute more code whenever you want to hide them or show them.  For example, if I wanted to hide the 2nd tab but leave the 1st one visible, I would use the following:
    $("#tab2").hide();

    If I wanted to now show the hidden 2nd tab and hide the first one, I would do the following:
    $("#tab1").hide();
    $("#tab2").show();