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  1. Alex Al
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  3. Wednesday, October 11 2017, 08:40 PM
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When a logged in user is opening his "PROFILE EDIT" page, but then clicks on CANCEL, the menu gets totally mixed up, showing all possible public menu entries from header and footer at once - see screenshot.

Looks like a very scary bug, what could I do? That didnt happen before with default Joomla Profile...
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Easy Profile Support Accepted Answer
Admin
Hi,
this is something related to your template configuration. Please check that menu item "Easy Profile Pro" uses same template style of others menu items.
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  1. 5 days ago
  2. General
  3. # 1
Alex Al Accepted Answer
Pro
Hi,
thanks, I have re-configured the menu, and also made two different versions in DE & EN for both languages I am using. Each menu now has also its corresponding template style in its own language selected.

The main problem is gone, but after clicking CANCEL, still it leads me to another profile page (the Joomla one?), see screenhot.

It should go back to the previous page, not to the Joomla profile page, right?
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  1. 4 days ago
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Easy Profile Support Accepted Answer
Admin
Hi,
this is a normal behavior, cancel button go to profile page.

You can change easily cancel button behavior by adding a simple Javascript code like this:

jQuery('#member-profile > .control-group .controls a').click(function(e){
window.history.back();
e.preventDefault();
return false;
});
  1. 4 days ago
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  3. # 3
Alex Al Accepted Answer
Pro
Thanks.
Regarding the code - where should I add it? Tried to add it in the Custom Javascript-section of my template, but no impact...
  1. 4 days ago
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  3. # 4
Easy Profile Support Accepted Answer
Admin
Tried to add it in the Custom Javascript-section of my template
This is the right place :D

try with this code

jQuery(document).ready(function(){
jQuery('#member-profile > .control-group .controls a').click(function(e){
window.history.back();
e.preventDefault();
return false;
});
});
  1. 4 days ago
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  3. # 5
Alex Al Accepted Answer
Pro
Great - that worked out!!

Thanks :)
  1. 4 days ago
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Alex Al Accepted Answer
Pro
Hi - just one more point: I want to move the LOGIN from the header down into the page (as it is a separate service).
So far, the header login works as a modal - no problem --> screenshot 1

If I add a new modal login module on the content page. then this modal also works. --> screenshot 2

Now - when I deactivate the header login, then the modal of the new login on the page doesnt work anymore. It seems it is not popping up/is behind the main content --> screenshot 3



Is the modal of the page login using some pop functionality from the header login, and if this header module is deactivated, then no modal pop up anymore?

Do you know, how to solve that? Thx
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  1. 4 days ago
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Easy Profile Support Accepted Answer
Admin
Hi,
sorry but login form is not managed by Easy Profile, this is something about your theme and modal login module.
  1. 4 days ago
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Alex Al Accepted Answer
Pro
OK - thanks anyway!
  1. 4 days ago
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