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.ajax issue in chrome and safari - works fine in IE/FF

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I'm doing some list filtering with jquery's .ajax function on this page.
http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/SchoolOfEducation/CurrentStudents/Resources/Pages/CurrentResources.aspx

It works fine in IE/FF but Chrome + Safari fail.  I stepped through to the point of the .ajax function, so it's something in there, but not sure how to troubleshoot further.  
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by:leakim971
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Try to go to the latest jQuery lib : http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.4.3.min.js
Instead the 1.2.6

Else I get three missing JS file, normal ?


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by:kevinucd
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I just tried that.. and it's still not working.  The other 3 files are included by our CMS (which I can't remove--i'm just a dept web admin).  We don't use those files, but i guess there is a possibility of conflict. Is there any better way to debug this function in chrome?
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Which part is not working?
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by:kevinucd
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Under each category heading there should be list items.  The .Ajax call goes to a sharepoint list and grabs the correct list items.  If u look at the same page in FF you'll see what it should look like
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I figured it out.  This article has the solution.  always a matter of searching on the right terms.

http://spitemsrotator.codeplex.com/workitem/8727
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accepted my own because I found it from googling.
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