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  1. Hey guys I am Justin, first post here. The community over here seems to know there stuff so hopefully you can solve my problem with making tabs in GSAP I am making this website like eBay, but much smaller scale. The top of the site is broken into three tabs. Browse / My Hub / Sell. If the user is in the browse tab he will be searching listings (this is also the default tab on the home page) If the user is in My Hub he will be looking at account information and watchlist... If the user is in sell he will be selling things ect. I can do simple tabs no worries but I need help with advanced tabs. Each tab will have lots of links and links within links ect. But I want the tabs to act just like the tabs do in chrome, so the user can go to all different places in each tabbed section of the site and the other tabs will be right how they were... This is so users can be browsing and decide to add funds, sell something, look at there account, update details.... they can then go back to where they were browsing. Maybe I can use browser cache for the other two tabs that are not used each time the used tab page loads. I would almost want it so the user could upload photos in the sell tab wile browsing listings in the sell tab. I don't know if it can be done, but I am looking forward to any advice/basic codepen.
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