I've searched everywhere for an answer and tried numerous different things but without success so hopefully someone might be able to help.
Its already been outlined in a previous Forum post about how to create a single Header View and move it using JScript to appear above Tabs on a K2 form (http://community.k2.com/t5/K2-blackpearl/Building-a-tabbed-form-with-navigation-bar/td-p/83385)
I was wondering if anyone knows if its possible to have multiple Views appear above the Tabs and if yes, could the script be provided?
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You can create a view with buttons or links. It can sit below the header or wherever you desire the view to sit. Basically the idea is each button has a show/hide rule. You can "On click" you can show or hide views in the form. I personally use this method to add a navigation to the top of the form. It looks like this..
<New Entry> <Reporting> <View Flow> <Search> <Administration>
Any of those button navigate to a new form. However, if I wanted to stay within the form and I wanted each button to represent a different view I would simply use show hide rules. Maybe the navigation would look like this.
<General Information> <Budgeting> <Expenditures> <Approval History> <Comments and Attachments>
Each click could hide the views you didn't need and show the views you want to show. This does not require tabs as in the link provided.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you need screenshots.