I see you have jQuery 1.3.2 linked directly above the code, but you also have jQuery 1.6.2 as your dependency for other plugins and functions on the site. There’s no need for the extra jQuery link. The plugin you’re using works with 1.8.2, so it will work with anything less (considering it was built on 1.3.2).
Check this. This is the script being used with the latest jQuery, so no problems. It could be that you a have a conflict, regardless of defining noConflict in your code. It could be a CSS conflict, the classes are pretty common names such as “tabs”, “content” and “panel”.
Well, at first I used jQuery 1.8.3 but I changed it to the exact version which was used in its tutorial.
Its working on both versions of jQuery on my local pc & even on a page where no jquery is being used.
I understand it could be the CSS conflict, but I just tried to remove the noConflict code, & its working now…..but the jquery image slider has stopped working.
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Include the latest jQuery once in the “ element. Usually you would include jQuery just before the closing body tag but due to the fact that you have scripts opening in random areas in the body it’s best to include it in the head.