Support » Plugin: Collapse-O-Matic » swaptitle not changing while collapsing

  • Resolved ncurian

    (@ncurian)


    Hi,

    I have a read more thingy with swaptitle nested via shortcode under a parent collapser. Both share a “rel”. Now when I unfold the “read more” it swaps to ” “. so far, so good – when i open another topic (with another “rel”) the parent of the “read more” closes as it should. Unfortunately this closes the raed-more thingy as well WITHOUT swapping the title, so when I open its parent the next time, it is in fold-mode, but with the title in unfold-mode (” “). If you dont know now, that its there, you are unable to unfold the text.

    Can’t figure out, what’s the problem here.

    I hope, one of you Star Wars guys out there can help me here.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author twinpictures

    (@twinpictures)

    Ahoi.
    Sorry you are experiencing some issues… but don’t be sad, we are here to help!
    Checked out the link, have some questions:

    First: you are using the ‘rel’ tag to force items not in the group to collapse. We are migrating away from using rel in the upcoming release in favor of ‘group’ and ‘togglegroup’. You might want to get ahead of the curve and update from the latest release candidate on github:
    https://github.com/baden03/collapse-o-matic

    Here is a demo of how things should be working for you:
    https://spacedonkey.de/3795/rel-vs-togglegroup/

    Are you using shortcode or the ‘roll-your-own’ method to create the accordion elements? Can you provide a short example of how you are setting up a collapse element with the grouping and the swap-title?

    Please do the following:
    1. Update the plugin with the github version
    2. Post a simple example of how the grouped elements with swaptitles are being integrated on the site.

    Worry not, we’ll get you squared away in short order.

    Plugin Author twinpictures

    (@twinpictures)

    any joy/nojoy results to report?

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