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SP Tabs and Menus shift

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I'm using mod_sptab_j25 with Joomla 2.5. Site is being hosted with Cloudaccess.net

And having as problem with menus. If sp_tab is inactive my menus work correctly displaying the article without the sp_tab. However if sp_tab is active when I click on menu choice the menu shift momentarily to the right. Yes, the article with the sp_tab does display correctly. But my menus are shifting right before displaying.

Here is my site address: http://unitel.biz/

1) got to > PRODUCTS and click on >SL1100 and you will see the menu shift. Under <PRODUCTS> all menu choices shift to the right.

But, and you know that there is always a But! - If you click on IP PBX - It works just fine. I have compared, entry by entry all the menu choices against IP PBX menu choice and everything is as it should be.

I downloaded mod_sptab_j25 on 7/28/2012 - since then I have upgraded Joomla 2.5 to 2.5.9. Do I have a version problem? if so should I download your latest version and is latest version going to play nicely with all my "custom htlm modules that I have already developed?

Please help - Thank you

1 Answers

Ehsan Riyadh

More than a month ago #Permalink
In IP PBX you have left menu but in SL1100 not. I found this type of difference.


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