Problem with Webflow Tabs

I’m using the Tab component in a client’s project and we’re with a bug when click on the Tab Button.

Every time we scroll the screen a little and click on the Tab button, the first click on the button makes the page scroll, like an anchor or a scrollTo parameter.

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The problem is happening only in the Published version.
Has anyone ever had that problem?

Thank you

hi @RafaelMachado the best way to get help is to follow the forum post guide that is pinned on top of each section, if you have missed it here they are.

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hi @RafaelMachado I have checked your live page and issue is like this.

  1. scroll to tab section
  2. when you click on TAB the focus is set
  3. when you scroll a bit and click the original focus is called and page scroll

next refresh page and scroll to tabs to different position

follow next 3 steps and tabs ALWAYS return into to “new” position

I have checked you code and IMO you should revisit your JS

Hope this will point you to right direction. IMO it is not a bug it is your custom code instead.

BTW: When page load it will scroll to almost bottom this mean there is another focus set.