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Jquery conflict

Posted on 2013-01-04
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I have a page I am building that the client requires a menu with a j query effect.
the problem is that our portal also has to load a jQuery scrip lower in the document and this is causing the menu script not to function.
I was looking at the no conflict and tried adding it to the code but It doesn't seem to make a difference. the issue with the menu is that the drop down care hard to get to with the mouse and the transition is not working.

<script type="text/javascript">
    var dom = {};
dom.query = jQuery.noConflict(true);
</script>


The two conflicting lines seem to be:
Line 13:     <script type="text/javascript" src="js/jquery-1.2.6.min.js"></script>
and
Line 82: <script type="text/javascript" src="/orms/resources/js/jquery-1.7.2.min.js"></script>

Here is the test page URL: http://dev.pds-austin.com/mustang/test3.asp

Any help would be awesome. Thanks.
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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noconflict doesn't fix two calls to jquery. It resolves namespacing between libraries.

anyway, you need to get rid of one of the jquery calls. preferably the older one. keep the one on line 82.

If you can't remove the one that gets injected, then you can always just put your code below it. That way, you'll be using their jquery call. (put your script below line 82)
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by:jbrashear72
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Well I can move the script down below the injected jquery but that does not work. jQuery has to load before the menu I am afraid. I tried loading the same jquery from line 82 to the header area but same issue. This is starting to pose a problem.
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by:jbrashear72
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Here is the current test:
dev.pds-austin.com/mustang/test4.php
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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the link goes to 404
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by:jbrashear72
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Ahk!  sorr I do so much php I added a php extension.
http://dev.pds-austin.com/mustang/test4.asp
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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The menu works.

superfish() method is not defined - which is strange, because the superfish script is there...

What is the effect that is missing?
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Kyle Hamilton earned 500 total points
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you can get rid of the superfish script, the first jquery call, and in place of the script at the bottom of the page, use this:


$(function(){
$(".sf-menu > li").on({
  mouseenter : function(){
  $(this).find("ul").fadeIn('slow');
},
  mouseleave : function(){

   $(this).find("ul").fadeOut('slow');
}});

});

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Form the css, you'll need to get rid of the top property, and add display: none:

.sf-menu ul {
	position:		absolute;
	/* top:			-999em; */
	width:			200px; /* left offset of submenus need to match (see below) */
	display: none;
}

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get rid of top property from this rule too:

.sf-menu li:hover ul,
.sf-menu li.sfHover ul {
	left:			0;
	/* top:		3.7em; */ /* match top ul list item height */
	z-index:		99;
	display: block;
}

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by:jbrashear72
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If you notice the drop down does not allow your mouse to move to the sub menu. And the transition is not there too.
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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did you make the changes to the css?

post the most recent link with the changes from my post
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by:jbrashear72
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ok Have made changes and the menus are dropped down when the page loads:
http://dev.pds-austin.com/mustang/test4.asp
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by:jbrashear72
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I think this was the answer:
<script language="javascript">
   $('.sf-menu ul').hide();
 $(function(){
$(".sf-menu > li").on({
  mouseenter : function(){
  $(this).find("ul").fadeIn('slow');
},
  mouseleave : function(){

   $(this).find("ul").fadeOut('slow');
}});

});
  </script>
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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you dont need to do it in javascript for that. just display:none in the css.
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by:jbrashear72
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oh! Perfect! Thank you for all your help!
You where awesome.
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by:jbrashear72
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Thank you again.
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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cheers :)
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