If you do not assign an id to an expand element, the plugin will automatically assign a random ID. An example of a random id generated by the plugin would be:
Now if you have a large number of collapse elements, as you do on pages like:
The plugin runs into the problem that the random ID has a high probability that it will NOT be a unique ID... causing the problem of described in the title of this thread.
The solution, as explained in the thread you referred to above was, and still is to assign a unique id to each of your expand elements using the id attribute like so:
[expand title="ACETOCP" id="acet"]DRUG/INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS[/expand]
Do you see the
id="acet" part above? That's the id attribute being assigned a value of: acet. You would not want to use the id value of acet on the same page.
When you say:
The result of your advice from last thread didn't work for me.
what exactly did you do? As shown in the massive amount of code you posted above, there are NO id attributes being assigned, only title and alt attributes.
I hope this clears things up for you. Please let us know if you found this to fix your problem.