I tried searching in other sites for a solution but I just don’t understand what to do here. I’m hoping someone here can tell me what’s going on and how I can fix this.
[Link #1](http://casildasdesigns.webs.com/testing/help1.htm “Link here”)
[Link #2](http://casildasdesigns.webs.com/testing/help2.htm “Link here”) In this link, you cannot scroll… but the video pop up works, just click the red “trailer” link and you’ll see that the video will pop up.
Again I want my site to have the ability to have both effects. Is this possible? This will help me so much if someone can explain what I’m doing wrong. I’m so not an expert at this stuff. :(
I’m also having an issue with posting the code so feel free to right click and view source.
I’m not an expert either, but perhaps you could insert the other jquery libraries into comments. You just need one
If you use more than one, there’s likely to be a clash.
That’s how I usually do it.
Well it seems when I add these following codes:
EDIT: Bleh… it’s not allowing me to post the codes. >_<
All you have to do it copy the script text (without any script tags)…and paste it into the box.
THEN select it all and hit the Quote item on top of the box. It should indent all the text and there you are:
function retrieveComputedStyle(element, styleProperty)
var computedStyle = null;
if (typeof element.currentStyle != “undefined”)
computedStyle = element.currentStyle;
computedStyle = document.defaultView.getComputedStyle(element, null);
I’m trying to show you the external files not the internal but I’ll give it a try. Testing codes below:
Well if a part of the code shows, hopefully you can see what I’m talking about in the source.
Yeah, but that’s not the point.
You have two linked JS files fighting/conflicting. The answer is to find what the conflict is and solve it.
To do that we need to see the JS TEXT for both not the links.
That said, however, the versions of jQuery I can see being reference as quite old and it’s possible that something has been deprecated.
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