Dijit layout.TabContainer tests

These tabs are made up of local and external content. Tab 1 and Tab 2 are loading files tab1.html and tab2.html. Tab 3 and Another Tab are using content that is already part of this page. Tab2 is initially selected.

I am tab 3

And I was already part of the page! That's cool, no?

tooltip on this paragraph

I'm a tooltip!

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Aenean semper sagittis velit. Cras in mi. Duis porta mauris ut ligula. Proin porta rutrum lacus. Etiam consequat scelerisque quam. Nulla facilisi. Maecenas luctus venenatis nulla. In sit amet dui non mi semper iaculis. Sed molestie tortor at ipsum. Morbi dictum rutrum magna. Sed vitae risus.

Aliquam vitae enim. Duis scelerisque metus auctor est venenatis imperdiet. Fusce dignissim porta augue. Nulla vestibulum. Integer lorem nunc, ullamcorper a, commodo ac, malesuada sed, dolor. Aenean id mi in massa bibendum suscipit. Integer eros. Nullam suscipit mauris. In pellentesque. Mauris ipsum est, pharetra semper, pharetra in, viverra quis, tellus. Etiam purus. Quisque egestas, tortor ac cursus lacinia, felis leo adipiscing nisi, et rhoncus elit dolor eget eros. Fusce ut quam. Suspendisse eleifend leo vitae ligula. Nulla facilisi. Nulla rutrum, erat vitae lacinia dictum, pede purus imperdiet lacus, ut semper velit ante id metus. Praesent massa dolor, porttitor sed, pulvinar in, consequat ut, leo. Nullam nec est. Aenean id risus blandit tortor pharetra congue. Suspendisse pulvinar.

SubTab 1 SubTab 2
Sub TabContainer from href SplitContainer from href

The next example is with closable tabs. Tab 1 and Tab 3 can be closed; Tab 3 has a confirm box.

I am tab 3

And I was already part of the page! That's cool, no?

If you try to close me there should be a confirm dialog.

Tabs with titles on the bottom:

Tabs with titles on the left:

Tabs with titles on the right:

Once upon a time there was a dear little girl who was loved by every one who looked at her, but most of all by her grandmother, and there was nothing that she would not have given to the child.
Hard by a great forest dwelt a poor wood-cutter with his wife and his two children. The boy was called Hansel and the girl Gretel. He had little to bite and to break, and once when great dearth fell on the land, he could no longer procure even daily bread.
There was once upon a time a hermit who lived in a forest at the foot of a mountain, and passed his time in prayer and good works, and every evening he carried, to the glory of God, two pails of water up the mountain.

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