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jQuery causes display issues
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TOPIC: jQuery causes display issues

jQuery causes display issues 19 Aug 2014 18:43 #5341

Hello - I am a newcomer to the Joomla world. I would like to install an image gallery on my website, in particular Galleria. Galleria requires the jQuery javascript, which I have successfully installed. However, when jQuery is installed the homepage slideshow (banner) does not display correctly. The banner image no longer spans the height of the browser window; instead, it is cut short.

I have tried installing jQuery in 2 different ways, both of which appear to do the same thing:
1) Add the php line
$doc->addScript('http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.js','text/javascript');
in the index.php file found in the templates/jf_calla-exteriors subdirectory.
2) Add a line using the script tag containing the link to jQuery in the html header of the same index.php file.

Any help would be appreciated as to how to fix the issue with the banner height when using jQuery.
Last Edit: 19 Aug 2014 18:48 by rickandcolleen. Reason: left out something

Re: jQuery causes display issues 16 Sep 2014 04:55 #5466

Hello,
Thank you for use our template. I think your website jquery conflict.
You try add block code into your website
jQuery.noConflict()


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