A simple pattern that allows for quickly changing out chunks of content on a page, typically styled as tabs.
The stacks pattern provides a way to group a number of *sheets*, only one of which is visible at a point
in time. A common version of this pattern are tabs.
The markup structure looks like this:
The `pat-stacks` class is set on a grouping element and its direct children are treated as sheets. By default the stacks pattern will show its first direct child and hide all other children. However if the URL fragment points to another child that child will be shown instead. The currently visible sheet
will get a class of `visible`, all other sheets will get a `hidden` class.
Note that each sheet must have an ID so it can be selected. Elements without an ID are ignored.
Any anchor in the document that points to a sheet can be used to switch the stack to that sheet. The default action for the anchor will be blocked, but other events/patterns tied to the anchor will still work. The anchor of the currently visible sheet automatically receives a `current` class.
The above example will look like this in the DOM after initialisation:
### Option reference
The Stacks pattern may be configured through a `data-pat-stacks` attribute. The available options are:
| Field | Default | Description |
| ----- | ------- | ----------- |
| `selector` | `> *` | CSS selector used to find all sheets in a stack. |
| `transition` | `none` | Transition effect to use. Must be one of `none`, `css`, `fade` or `slide`. |
| `effect-duration` | `fast` | Duration of transition. This is ignored if the transition is `none` or `css`.
| `effect-easing` | `swing` | Easing to use for the transition. This must be a known jQuery easing method. jQuery includes `swing` and `linear`, but more can be included via jQuery UI. |