Blazor TabStrip Overview

The Blazor TabStrip component displays a collection of tabs, containing associated content, which enable the user to switch between different views inside a single component.

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Creating Blazor TabStrip

  1. Use the <TelerikTabStrip> tag.
  2. Add a nested <TabStripTab> tag for each tab you want to include in the component.
  3. Set tab titles through the Title parameter of the <TabStripTab> tags.
  4. Optionally, configure other tab settings such as Disabled - read more in the Tabs Configuration article.
  5. Place the desired content in the tabs - it can be any content, including other components.

TabStrip with specified tab position and a disabled tab

    <TabStripTab Title="First">
        First tab content.
    <TabStripTab Title="Second" Disabled="true">
        Second tab content. This tab is disabled and you cannot select it.
    <TabStripTab Title="Third">
        Third tab content.

Active Tab Index

By default, the initially selected tab is the first one. You can programmatically control the selected tab through the ActiveTabIndex parameter. Read more about the ActiveTabIndex...

Tabs Configuration

The Tabs are the building blocks of the TabStrip. The component allows individual configuration of the declared <TabStripTab> tags - you can set their title and visibility or put them in disabled state. Read more about the available Tabs configuration options...

Position of the Tabs

The Blazor TabStrip component allows you to control the position of the tabs. Read more about the Tabs Position...

Persist Content

The Blazor TabStrip component can persist the content of the tabs. When the user navigates between the tabs, their content will be hidden with CSS only to avoid re-initialization. Read more about the Persist Content...

Scrollable Tabs

The Blazor TabStrip allows you to scroll only its tabs. This is useful for scenarios where a lot of tabs are defined. Read more about the Scrollable Tabs...


The TabStrip fires an ActiveTabIndexChanged event when the user clicks on a tab to select it.

TabStrip Parameters

The TabStrip provides the following features to allow further customization of its behavior:

Parameter Type Header 2
ActiveTabIndex int The index of the currently shown tab. Supports two-way binding.
PersistTabContent bool Whether to remove the content of inactive tabs from the DOM (if false), or just hide it with CSS (if true). See Persist Content
Scrollable bool Whether the tabs will be scrollable. See Scrollable Tabs
TabPosition TabPosition enum
Controls the position of the tabs.

Styling and Appearance

The following parameters enable you to customize the appearance of the Blazor TabStrip:.

Parameter Type Description
Class string The CSS class that will be rendered on the main wrapping element of the component.
Width string The width of the component. You can set the Width parameter to any of the supported units.
Height string The height of the Component. You can set the Height parameter to any of the supported units.

TabStrip Reference and Methods

The TabStrip methods are accessible through its reference.

Method Description
Refresh Redraws the component.

Get a reference to the TabStrip and use its methods.

@* This code snippet demonstrates usage of the TabStrip Refresh() method. *@

<TelerikTabStrip @ref="@TabRef">
    <CityPopulation TabRef="TabRef" />

@code {
    public TelerikTabStrip TabRef { get; set; }
@* This code snippet demonstrates usage of the TabStrip Refresh() method. *@

<TabStripTab Title="Sofia">
            <h2>City Population: @Count</h2>
        <TelerikButton OnClick="IncreaseCount">Increase Count!</TelerikButton>

@code {
    public int Count { get; set; } = 30;
    [Parameter] public TelerikTabStrip TabRef { get; set; }

    void IncreaseCount()
        Count += 1;

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