"Hi guys so me and my team are going to NOT make a five nights due to the US president BUT we are going to tell you all of are secrets of the storyline first is in the first game THREE children gone missing in the walls there is a secret door in the wall that Don't OPEN in the game but in the movie it can be open where welliem Afton put them in animal suits AND the suits where never clean and a sickness called the bite of 87 there was no way to stop the sickness sadly fnaf 2 now the pizzara has been closed for10 years now it is the grand opening and you are probably wondering what happened to foxy he is not alive intellnight 4 he is the ghost of a kid who died by the bite of 87 his name was nate he was always being bullied he was 12 when he died his ghost shape in to foxy more soon"
Also, I'm going to have to disagree with you on that. Now with new content flooding in, and based on personal experience, too many tabbers will eventually be clustered together, with a new row of tabs appearing directly in front of another tab, making it harder to access the content...
Now, with all of the new projects and constant need of updating the content, we'll break the page with tabber coding.
And tabbers never made things more organized. It's way better ti jusy scroll down an article and using the table of contents as navigation than read the article by scrolling down, scroll back up, hit a tab, and redoing the same process. Navigation is better if there's a TOC to go with the article, as a substitute for tabs.