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Problem with CSS

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  • Plugin Author Mark / t31os

    @t31os_

    You do not appear to be running Post UI Tabs on the page you linked to, you seem to be running another tabs plugin.

    That’s no problem, but i can’t realistically offer support for plugins by other developers, which i’m sure you can understand.

    Of course, you may just be playing around and just testing a variety of plugins(i do alot of testing myself, entirely possible), so if you would still like some help running Post UI Tabs, please feel free to plonk another reply in here(i check the support feed as often as i can) and i’ll do what i can to help.

    Hey Mark, sry for the confusion I deactivated the wrong plugin!

    It is now up an running again on the link I provided before !

    Thx Michael

    Plugin Author Mark / t31os

    @t31os_

    Hi Michael,

    Can you test with other plugins disabled please, and reenable one at a time until the problem is reproduced.

    It only need be a matter of five minutes, to narrow down potential conflicts.

    You do have another tabs plugin active, and whilst that is the most likely culprit, others may play their part, so test in stages… (ie. one at a time).. please.

    Dear Mark, I found the Problem -,- my theme has a Tab function built in!
    It interfered with your tool, sadly I can not change that since they both seem to use the same shortcodes :/ Unless there is a way to change the short-codes in your plugin ?

    Regards Michael

    P.S.: these are the short-codes from my theme
    [tabs] [tab title=”Tab Title”]Your Content Here…[/tab] [/tabs]

    Plugin Author Mark / t31os

    @t31os_

    I’d suggest just using the built-in functionality then, even if there was not a naming clash, chances are it wants to load the same or similar scripts and may cause a script dependancy failure.

    Unfortunately no, then is no means for changing the shortcode tags, short of modifying the plugin directly.

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