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Hi Experts,
I am having conflict between mootools.js and prototype.js in my code.
I am using mootools.js for validation and prototype.js for user rating stars. Both are working individually but when I use both the functionalities in a single page the user rating stars are working but validation is not working.
Can you please help me to avoid conflict between these two.

Thanks in Advance.  
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The latest mootools has a compatability mode which you can use:

http://mootools.net/blog/2009/06/19/mootools-123-released/

However it is not recommended (as can be seen on the MooTools link), can't you use MooTools for rating stars?

http://birijan.com.np/?q=mootools+star+rating

(I'm sure there are others should that not work with your version of MooTools)

Tim
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