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Internet Explorer not recognizing jQuery - throwing error 'jQuery' is undefined

Posted on 2009-04-08
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Hi Experts,

I'm stumped, IE is being stupid again.

I have this page - http://www.arrowandalusians.com/horses-for-sale.php

In Firefox everything loads fine. However, Internet Explorer is now throwing this error:

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Message: 'jQuery' is undefined
Line: 11
Char: 1
Code: 0
URI: http://www.arrowandalusians.com/query.js
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Can anybody point me in the right direction. Why would all of my jQuery load correctly in Firefox but not IE?

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Addendum:

It also throws the same error for the "facebox.js" file, and an error for an unrecognized function (Object Expected) because the jQuery script isn't loading.

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Lol,

Maybe it's best nobody commented. It's the simplest things that confound us.

Ends up I had lost a closing angle bracket, ">", in the Meta tag immediately above the jquery.js script tag.

Doh!

I thank anybody who actually looked into this but couldn't provide a solution.

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