These make it easy to trigger any tab or accordion widget in Elementor with a button or clickable element. Simply add “lf-target(1-5)” to the advanced/CSS ID of the clickable element’s widget and then add the unique #id of the target tab or accordion as the CSS ID of the clickable element link.
This is most beneficial when used with an Elementor Button if you want it to move you from step one to step two, etc., in addition to the standard tab/toggle navigation.
For example, on step one of a checkout, you can have an additional button called “Continue” at the bottom of the step one tabbed content area as a cue for buyer to move forward.
Identify Unique #Id Of Target Tab#1
Setup Button To Address Unique #Id Of Target Tab#1
Setup Advanced Tab CSS ID To Use One Of The Five (5) Available “Targets” Per Layout (lf-target1, lf-target2, lf-target3, lf-target4, lf-target5)