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How to fix the tabs

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Community Member, 349 Posts

13 September 2009 at 10:16am

As it seeme there is no easy solution for it


Community Member, 81 Posts

15 October 2009 at 11:45pm

Have you checked the thread I linked?

Have you set up a testing environment (locally in something like XAMPP or in a sub-directory of your current server) and duplicating your silverstripe install (including the database) to see if the problem replicates? You can then start experimenting to locate the source without damaging you data.

How about about re-coding the site to isolate where it the problem is introduced (assuming it is in the code)? That's how I fixed this problem when it happened to me.

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