We have a page that uses a fairly detailed tabber as a sort of Table of Contents to manage a significant amount of information on the page. It works great on a PC, but doesn't function correctly on mobile devices (I understand the reasoning why).
I don't think there is a close replacement. Consider breaking it up into multiple pages. If you really want to have a tabber-like navigation scheme, then you can style links to look like tabs. Quite a few wikis do this but I don't have the time right now to dig up and example.
u can use tab view. also, tabber on the page seems like navbox - it has no useful info, just links. u can drop that tabber and start to use navboxes. not much mobile friendly (navboxes will not rendered on mobile), still something to think about.
For the scenario you just described, breaking the content into subpages and using TabView may be the most effective solution. Tabbers for content are not considered a practical design pattern for content where the size can vary between tabs. As such, it is very difficult for us to condone a tab-based solution for text, and are not currently developing product to do so on mobile; we do not believe it should be an effective long term solution.