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Woocommerce woothemes Tab Manager tabs stopped working.

I have purchased the Woocommerce Woothemes Tab Manager plugin and it has worked for years.  Now, all of a sudden the tabs are no longer working.  Any thoughts?  I am using the latest version of WP, Woocommerce and the latest version of the plugin.

See tabs just below the product on this page - http://sako7.com/product/chartreuse-edition - Description, Size Chart, etc..
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Something really strange would appear to be wrong - it's not the tabs; the are constructed correctly.  Here is the HTML for the tabs.  But there are no matching hashtag links in the document.
<ul class="tabs">
							<li class="description_tab active">
					<a href="#tab-description">Description</a>
				</li>
							<li class="size-chart_tab ">
					<a href="#tab-size-chart">SIZE CHART</a>
				</li>
							<li class="additional_information_tab ">
					<a href="#tab-additional_information">Additional Information</a>
				</li>
							<li class="reviews_tab ">
					<a href="#tab-reviews">Reviews (0)</a>
				</li>
					</ul>

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Hi Ray,
Thanks for getting back to me.  Do you have any solution for me or something I can check?
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No tab-d anywhere and when I searched #tab the only file I found was tabs.php file that's held inside woocommerce/singel-product/tabs/tabs.php
I'm a little closer.  I have updated the tabs.php file to the latest version.  Tabs are now working but I have lost all my css?
Ray, finally figured it out.  Once I updated the tabs.php file I started looking at the file more closely I noticed they had changed the names of the id's which affected all the css styling.  Furthermore, there may have been some new code that helped the accordian effect as well.  Anyway, all sorted.  Thanks for leading me into the right direction.
Thanks for the points and thanks for using E-E. Glad it's pointed in the right direction! ~Ray