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Interactive Infographic with Webflow Tabs
Step 1 - Create Images
As my infographic contains 5 steps, I have created 5 separate images. These are SVGs with outlined text, created in Adobe Illustrator. Download the PDF template and open in Illustrator to edit.
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Step 2 - Add Tabs Element
As i am using custom buttons to control the tab navigation, I have hidden the pre-built tabs menu. As you can't place buttons inside of a Webflow tabs element, I have wrapped the tabs in a div and my custom buttons have gone in a separate div that is positioned: absolute on top of the tabs.
Step 3 - Add Custom Buttons
I have used the button element and used position: absolute to overlay the buttons over the relevant segment of my infographic. Buttons must all have the class .tab-button and the active state must have .tab-button-active

Make sure the button text matches the names of the tabs as set in step 2.
Step 4 - Add Custom Code
Grab the custom code from the page settings and add it to your own page in the before /body section. The custom code for this tutorial comes from Chris Spags (Jetboost) and you can find the original tutorial here