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The best solution would be to modify the plugin that’s including tabs, etc. to your WordPress site, but that’s not always possible. In some cases, this plugin may be a feasible workaround at least.
In “interval” mode, it will trigger H5P to resize in regular intervals which should let it be displayed in many cases. However, if they appear too frequent, they may cause the browser to stall. Choose the time interval wisely! Also, some H5P content types may break that way. The only way around this is then the “selector” mode.
In “selector” mode, you need to determine a CSS selector that will identify all the elements that you interact with to display other contents, e.g. the tab buttons. If that selector is set in the plugin’s settings, it will trigger a resize pulse when that element is clicked. This way, you prevent stalling the browser or breaking H5P content types. Depending on how the other plugin was created, there may not ba a suitable CSS selector then.
If necessary, you can use the manage_h5presizepulse_options capability to control access to the plugin settings.
PLEASE NOTE: H5P IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF H5P GROUP. THIS PLUGIN WAS NEITHER CREATED BY H5P GROUP NOR IS IT ENDORSED BY THEM.
Install H5P Resize Pulse from the WordPress Plugin directory or upload it manually and activate it. Done. You may want to customize the time interval though.
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Added option to trigger resize pulse based on CSS selector instead of pulsing automatically.
Fixed readystatechange listener to avoid conflicts with other plugins