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Accordion links don't work custom template

Thread began 4/04/2014 1:26 pm by Jared Lui | Last modified 4/04/2014 5:58 pm by Jason Byrnes | 753 views | 7 replies |

Jared Lui

Accordion links don't work custom template

I can't pinpoint why exactly I cannot get the links to work on the accordion in a custom template. They work fine when I switch to the default template of course.

Here's and excerpt from the default output:
<dt class="accordion_toggler_1_1 accordionclear" onclick="doNestedHighlighlight(this);updateContant('products_results_xml.php?Search=1&amp;ProductCategoryID[]=19')">Accessories</dt>

Here's the same excerpt and output from the custom accordion:
<dt class="accordion_toggler_1_1 accordionclear" onclick="doNestedHighlighlight(this);updateContant('products_results_xml.php?Search=1&amp;ProductCategoryID[]=19')">Accessories</dt>

They are identical. This means I'm missing something else but am not seeing it. Any clues?

Also, what do I have to change to make the accordion work on the index page as well?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

provide a link where i can see the problem please.

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Jared Lui

My bad. See PM

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

your page does not have a Div with the ID of content


the accordion menu items trigger a java script function that populates the content div with the results.

there is no content div on your page to populate.

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Jared Lui

Thanks. I expected the DIV surrounding the accordion to be a part of the accordion but not one surrounding all of the content. I'll have to look through the java script to see it to understand it more. Couldn't see anything in the CSS or think it would have anything to do with it.

Thanks for the help.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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Jared Lui

Ah, I see what I did. When I was trying to match up my custom template with the default to make sure I had all the necessary items covered. I renamed contentWrapper to content and confused the two later. All is right again.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

glad to hear it is working.

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