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Hi
I have a problem with some of my sites who use a Jooml51 template - it only just occured to me this morning.....
I have a menu with some submenu points, to each single menu point (if main or sub) there is an article attached.
On regular PC screens this is working fine, but in the responsive version I see the main and submenu points, but can not click the main point if it has submenu points.
This is actually a big issue...
I installed the latest version of the template Everly, set the "alloparent" to yes in jquery.slicknav.js, but it's still not working.
Can you please help me immediately?
Thank you.
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May I suggest sending temporary administration access to your Joomla installation to [email protected] and we will examine this issue further. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

Ciaran
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Hello i have the same problems on a j51_kinvara and j51_jasmine template
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Thank you for the access details.

This issue should be now resolved. We have copied the content of the /js/jquery.slicknav.js into /js/jquery.slicknav.min.js

Ciaran
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It doesn't work.
I have copied the code from js/jquery.slicknav.js into js/jquery.slicknav.min.js but i cant klick the Menu (Kontakt) in responsive view.
look http://www.allerseiten.de in responsive and then kontakt
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Thank you!
Seems alright on Iphone, although the problem consists on Firefox.
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on j51_kinvara and j51_jasmine it doesn't work :((
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I just tried this procedure with the copying content with another of your templates - it ain't working either.....
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Hello

Can you confirm that the General -> Responsive Options -> Mobile Menu Type option is set to Slicknav.

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I change it to Slicknav. But it doesnt work.
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May I suggest sending temporary administration access to your Joomla installation to [email protected] and we will examine this issue further. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

Ciaran
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I wrote you an email.
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Thank you however your email does not include access details to your administration.

Ciaran
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Apologies... just seen your second email. Taking a look now.

Ciaran
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If I change the mobile menu type to "SlideOut" the menu in responsive view doesn't show at all....
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Your dropdown parent text should be now linking to the link. Outside of the text will open the dropdown.

For other templates you can carry out the following amendments... https://joomla51.com/tutorials/template-customization/mobile-menu-linking-parent-items

Be sure to copy the contents of /js/jquery.slicknav.js into /js/jquery.slicknav.min.js if you are loading minified files.

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it works fine on Firefox now too, but what exactly did you do? I got many other websites with your templates, and they all don't work. I tried to copy the content from one js-file to the other as you suggested, but that alone didn't help.
Thanks.
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Hello

Have you set allowParentLinks: true, in your JS file? Have you cleared cache in Joomla and in your browser?

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Yes, ok with the SlickNav it works now fine, the SlideOut not, but that's ok. Can I now copy those two js-files to all of my pages or are have they to be changed specifically ?
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You can copy the same files to each of your templates. The same script is used in eash.

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ok, very good. Thank you for your support. Maybe you can fix the SlideOut menu also, sometimes.
Regards,
Andrea
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