Actually, it does. The problem is that it does not arrive at the site that it should.
Putting the url with “https: //web.es#idtab” works correctly. The tabs are opened, but the content of the tab is cut off. I understand that it is an incident.
Ideally, try it out, to see what goes wrong.
I can’t add an top padding because in the first tab opened works correctly, it is the other two that are cut after opening.
Is there any way to open the tab first and then scroll?
Right now, it first scrolls to the tab that is not open yet and then when it opens it moves up but not enough.
To achieve this, you have to develop custom code in the child theme of the Jevelin theme.
Developing custom code for custom functionality is beyond the scope of support that we provide here. Please see https://themeforest.net/item/jevelin-multipurpose-premium-responsive-wordpress-theme/14728833/support
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I have managed to fix it by adding this code with css.
padding-top: 12em !important;
margin-top: -12em !important;
The problem I have now is that in the mobile version the animation does not work, it does not scroll. But for all links, not just for the tabs.
In the desktop version everything works correctly.