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Hi,

I have got a funny phenomenon:
I've got SP Tab working perfectly on my productive J!1.6.5... Now I wanted to perform some tests on a local copy (Windows*).
Now I backed up the Joomla installation to my Xampp, imported the SQL, made the necessary changes to configuration.php. Everything works fine, except for the empty SP Tabs... (see attached screenshot)!

I'm sure it's not a big problem, but: what is it?

Thanks, Chris

*I use Xampp (for Windows), v.1.7.4 with PHP 5.3.5 and mySql 5.5.8. http://www.joomshaper.com/media/kunena/attachments/legacy/images/SPTabs.jpg

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2 Answers

Kawshar Ahmed - Senior Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Did you select list modules from the backend? SP Tab is working fine with xampp 1.7.4.

Chris

More than a month ago #Permalink
of course I do... :)

Because I do not want any of the modules to show on any page I put them into a "fake" position (I named "outside_page";) - I'm not sure if this is the correct approach, but works fine on my life site...
Now on my ampp the modules are not shown. Even if I put them into an existing position (like "right";) and say show on any page it is shown as a regular module, but not in SP Tab.


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