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    Hello there,

    Should anyone out there be able to help me or point me to the right direction, I would appreciate it a lot!

    I created a WordPress-Site for my uncle’s rental business. I’m still an amateur with Javascript/jQuery and PHP. You can see the page of a holiday apartment here:

    click here!

    As you can see in the center-top, there is a tab-menu showing all the apartments from this house in different categories/tabs (amount of persons).

    Now, as a visitor chooses to click on f.e. a 5-Persons appartment, when he gets to the new site of the 5-persons apartment, the tab-navigation gets resetted and shows the 2 person category again. Here is the problem: logically thinking it should now show the 5 persons-tab, and not be resetted on every reload…

    Is there a way to ask the database, what kind of apartment this is, so it can show the right tab?

    The tab-navigation is created with the help of a theme-shortcode. Can the tab somehow stay on the same tab that was clicked instead of being resetted everytime?

    How do I go about this?

    Thanks a lot in advance!



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