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  1. Thanks so much for the advice justsomeguy! Through your input I managed to get it to work!! Mind you I have absolutely no idea WHY it worked, because js is greek to me... What I did was change "$jx = jQuery.noConflict();" to "$jx = jQuery;". I checked the site and there are no adverse effects of making this change. If you know of some reason this is not good please let me know. But at this time I am a happy camper with things functioning as intended.
  2. Correct, the scroll script is much shorter. There were only 3 instances of "$jx" so I quickly changed them to "$". But it still had the same problem. The JGlide worked but no persistent scroll. I went on to change it to "$nc" (for no conflict) in case "$" was referenced elsewhere. Still broken. Any other ideas?
  3. Ok I commented out var $jx = jQuery.noConflict(); The JGlide menu now works when scrolled but the conditionally fixed persistent container (that the menu is contained in) no longer functions.
  4. Thanks for the input! I am by no means a JavaScript programmer. I mostly just do html/css... So could you tell me what I would need to do to fix this?
  5. Hello there. I am implementing a JavaSript menu into my company's website, but seemed to have run into a snag. An existing script on the page is interfering with the new JavaScript menu. It is the JGlideMenu found here: http://www.sonicradish.com/labs/jGlideMenu/current/index.htmlI am using the inline example found on their page. I have the menu placed in a PHP side bar that acts as a persistent navigation that is conditionally fixed. The sidebar uses JQuery to switch from a static postion to a fixed position when reaching a certain scroll point. The JGlideMenu works great until I do any scrol
  6. Hi, I am working on a website for a client and using WordPress as my CMS to streamline the process and allow them to make updates themself. I am no stranger to wordpress or to CSS for that matter. But for some reason the theme I am using is doing something funky with the positioning of the page elements. I've been over and over the CSS so many times without finding the culprit that I feel like I'm taking crazy pills! The site is: www.easy2live.com/home This is the theme sample which functions correctly: http://themes.goodlayers.com/?theme=slideone The issue is this. The page headline, body cop
  7. Ive been using Dreamweaver as my editor.
  8. Thanks for the help anyway chibineku!boen_robot - I dont think it is an extension. I have looked through all the plug-ins, components etc... and there is nothing for the registration process. Though I will continue searching high and low. What is an IDE?Thanks
  9. Below is the entire controller.php code. Sorry it may be overkill but whatever. You will see this particular function is about 1/3 to 1/2 way down under the comment // Everything went fine, set relevant message depending upon user activation state and display messageThe other thing I want to point out which I find strange is that I cant find a single instance of where the message itself is "echoed" in the code. The site was built using Joomla and the only place if have found the "Thank You" message is in the title of an article on the Joomla CMS. However it is not in the article body... or a
  10. Is there a way that I can use the previously mentioned code and specify no redirect, but only to show the "Thank You" message? Or is this function entirely handled through the "missing" index.php file?Looking at the controller.php file it appears all actions or functions are handled there.
  11. Thats what I figured but there is no index.php file in the same directory as the user registration page. I don't know if its me or the previous programmer but there are some confusing things going on with this site.
  12. Will that be the main site's index.php or one that is within the subfolder of the user-registration? The reason I ask is I checked for both. The main index.php file had no such code for this action. And I cannot find an index.php file anywhere within relation to this functions subfolders.
  13. Hello, I am just getting into working with PHP and am helping someone make some minor adjustments to their site. I seem to have run into a bit of a snag and wanted to see if I can get some assistance.The website has a user registration. When the new user finishes submitting their information they are redirected to a "Thank you" page that informs them they need to check their email to activate their account. However this page is only shown for about 2 seconds before the browser is redirected to the home page. What the site owner wants is for it to stay on that page without redirecting to the ho
  14. Thanks for the input, I actually wrote this code a long time ago, but when saving it from my old blog to my new blog I noticed a lot of inconsistencies between the two. So i have tried to weed out all the typo's, but obviously didn't catch them all.Oh and to answer your question I come from Graphic Design background :/I'll let you know if I get it working... but any other input would be greatly appreciated.
  15. Hello, I have a mouseover using image maps which I had operational on my old blog, though when switching it to my new blog, stopped working. I have searched through the code extensively but can't find the issue. The main image loads but not the mouseovers.Thanks for helping an HTML novice! See my code below: <img name="followme_01" src="follow-me/images/followme_01.png" width="250" height="80" border="0" alt="" usemap="#followme_01_Map"><map name="followme_01_Map"><area shape="rect" alt="" coords="191,16,232,57" href="http://www.facebook.com/pages/wwwthetrepanationcom/886037506
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