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  • Plugin Author Matt Lowe

    (@squelch)


    Hi

    I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. You want to use the plugin in the admin interface?

    For instance, when you click on “Visit Site” the admin bar appear in the top, right? So i’m using a plugin (http://adminmenueditor.com/toolbar-editor/) to insert new menu item in the top admin bar.

    I inserted a menu item that opens in a lightbox. Within this lighbox I’m sing your plugin.

    Plugin Author Matt Lowe

    (@squelch)


    OK. Obviously I can’t really test as that’s a premium plugin, so can you get me a screenshot of what you see when you open the lightbox?

    At a guess I’d say that the plugin you’re using is loading the lightbox via AJAX from the admin interface; But this plugin has never been set up to run in the admin interface. A screenshot would be the first step in confirming this theory.

    Hi,

    Here is the print when I open the menu item in a lightbox. The tab appears, but when I click on any tab it opens in a lightbox.

    http://wordpress9.hospedagemdesites.ws/eventos01/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2014/05/tab-1.png

    Here is the print after I click on a tab:

    http://wordpress9.hospedagemdesites.ws/eventos01/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2014/05/tab-clicked.png

    Plugin Author Matt Lowe

    (@squelch)


    Ahh I see.

    The issue there is the lightbox library: It’s trying to interpret the link of the tabs as a link to a lightbox pane.

    Not much I can do about that I’m afraid. You could ask the author of the admin menu editor if there’s anything they can do but since they’ll undoubtedly be using a third party library for the lightbox I doubt they’ll be able to offer much help either.

    I talked to the plugin author, but he told me to tell to the author of the tab plugin.

    Is there any way to change the link of the tabs? Maybe by using a css class.

    Plugin Author Matt Lowe

    (@squelch)


    Not without completely rewriting the plugin to not use jQuery UI, which is really not an option. Nothing in the plugin is marking the link as a lightbox, so either the lightbox library is over-zealous in finding links to “lightbox-ize”, or the admin menu editor plugin is.

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