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jQuery script in include file

Thread began 11/12/2012 8:49 pm by eric284736 | Last modified 11/13/2012 1:38 pm by eric284736 | 1284 views | 7 replies

eric284736

jQuery script in include file

Hi Jason,

I have a jquery dropdown menu and it of course contains the call to the jquery latest pack.
Then I have the main page that has a jquery slider. The main page uses the inlude plugin to get the navigation panel, but then the slider does not work because both pages are then calling the same latest pack script.

I tried to include the dropdown code on the main page and reference the include plugin but that does not work. Then I tried to remove the call to the latest pack from the main page thinking it would be called when the navigation panel loaded but that did not work either.

What would you advise?

thx
Eric

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