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I am new to writing an extension.

I add a tab in my contact with this example

function civitest_civicrm_tabs( &$tabs, $contactID ) {

  // unset the contribition tab, i.e. remove it from the page
  unset( $tabs[1] );

  // let's add a new "contribution" tab with a different name and put it last
  // this is just a demo, in the real world, you would create a url which would
  // return an html snippet etc.
  $url = CRM_Utils_System::url( 'civicrm/contact/view/contribution', "reset=1&snippet=1&force=1&cid=$contactID" );
  $tabs[] = array( 'id' => 'mySupercoolTab', 'url' => $url, 'title' => 'Contribution Tab Renamed', 'weight' => 300 );
}

What should be the next step to add a content in the tab?

how I have to use the extension and add where I have to create a new file to show all the content.

Please can you provide me an example

Thank You

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  • Are you writing an extension, or... ? – Coleman Apr 10 '15 at 20:43
  • can you please elaborate a bit more. In general, civi will always pick a specific template for a specific url (i.e. the url -> template mapping is fixed and deterministic) – Donald Lobo Apr 10 '15 at 23:16
  • Hi Nilda, please post the same question only once. You can edit it if you want to change something. – Joe Murray Apr 13 '15 at 13:41
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As the example says, "you would create a url which would return an html snippet".

Since this is in the context of a CiviCRM extension, please see the Civix documentation for how to create a basic page.

The url of your tab should be whatever you decide the url of that page should be.

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  • I create an extension, but my new tab doesn't redirect to another page. my xml file is in the same file as my hook. My hook is develop as a plugin and my extension folder is in files/civicrm. – Nilda Cervantes Apr 14 '15 at 16:42

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