Eduardo Eduardo - 1 year ago 83
jQuery Question

Jquery tab. Check if any of them is open

I have some tabs. All are collapsed by default. If the user click on a button first tab opens. I figured out that part:

jQuery(document).ready(function() {
jQuery('#showFirstTab').on('click', function() {
var tabObj = jQuery('#podcast-tabs li:first a');'show');
var programId ='programid');

jQuery('#calendar-' + programId).fullCalendar('render');

Now I need to check if any tab is open, and click again on the same button, all tabs should collapse. I was thinking in use a variable to save the state, but not sure if library provides already a solution for this.

Answer Source

You can first check if any tab is open, by using the tabsactivate event:

var isActive = false;
$(".podcast-tabs").on("tabsactivate", function( event, ui ) {
    isActive = true;

Now, inside your click code check for that variable and if true close all tabs using option like:

if (isActive)
    $("#podcast-tabs").tabs("option", "active", false);
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