I've been looking around for "Chat" to be defined anywhere and since all the // seem to be in order
I am assuming it is coming out of one of the header files. Line 20 in index.php of course is
commentary. The block-plugin works fine, but in the pop-up window Internet Explorer returns that error, and another, line 141 index.php expects a string or something like that. This is a <script.js> declaration.
Has anyone encountered this before? Perhaps this was the same error from the json_encode thread below? site is yanghui.homelinux.org, I would appreciate some help, I would hate to have to use a different plugin over some IE issue. (grumblegrumble)
A common issue with jQuery or any other js library that is popular...
You may have jquery being included in your page several times.
Each time jquery is included it will overwrite the previous include.
There will always be...
Anonymous: so far no luck
March 25 2010 07:33 AM
the site is yanghui.homelinux.org, (user: guest pass: guest to see the plugin)
Ive been digging around for extraneous src=jquery.min.js and can find only the one..
also, a user at http://www.dynamicdrive.com/forums/blog.php?bt=178 posts sometimes 100% width declarations in css files are breaking jquery for IE but not mozilla/chrome, just like in my situation, i removed any css references from index.php just to be safe and have the same problem ..