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How to make jf_pannel_content open by default?
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TOPIC: How to make jf_pannel_content open by default?

How to make jf_pannel_content open by default? 10 Nov 2013 11:30 #3340

Hi All,

Great work with this template! Ive just installed joomla3 version of template and discovered that when navigating from home to any other menu item (article, contact, blog) the content is hidden by default. I need to reveal it through "toggleopen".
Can you help me with setting this as in joomla 2.5 template version. To have content shown by default?

Thank you!
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Re: How to make jf_pannel_content open by default? 19 Nov 2013 17:51 #3411

It's open by default, can you post your website url?

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Re: How to make jf_pannel_content open by default? 20 Nov 2013 18:50 #3422

Sorry for delayed response. I found that in my index.php in /templates/jf_relaxio folder:
Line 51 > if($open == "close"). I`ve changed it to if($open == "open") and now it`s open by default.
Not sure what was the source of this issue but now everything works fine.
Thanks!

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