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Posted on 2013-01-05
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Hello:

I can not make Nivo-Slider (JQuery Slide show) to work. The error is in the call to JQuery. I have successfully installed this slider in my Joomla website (Using Jumi) -- The site is not up yet, though).

   <script type="text/javascript">
myfunc();
    $(document).ready(function() {
    Error Spot -->  $('#slider').nivoSlider(/* {effect: 'random',directionNav: false,controlNav: false,controlNavThumbs: false} */);
    });
    </script>

Error Msg:   Object doesn't support this property or method.

I have tried all I could. The google search indicated that broken HTML will also make JQuery not work. I fixed that as well. I moved around the directories. So far, no luck.
There is where I need expert advice.

Here is my code: Index.php
<?php
 Require ('header.php');
 Require('menu.php');
...
...
?>

The JQuery code is in header.php. Here is the code:

<td id = "rotatingBanner" name = "rotatingBanner">
<?php // require ("../nivo-slider/demo/demo.html"); ?>
    <div id="wrapper" style = "border: 1px solid green;">
        <div class="slider-wrapper theme-default">
            <div id="slider" name="slider" class="nivoSlider">
                <img src="/abc/nivo-slider/demo/images/skywithclouds.jpg" data-thumb="/abc/nivo-slider/demo/images/skywithclouds.jpg" alt="" title=""/>
                <img src="/abc/nivo-slider/demo/images/sunbreaking.jpg" data-thumb="/abc/nivo-slider/demo/images/sunbreaking.jpg" alt="" title=""/>
                <img src="/abc/nivo-slider/demo/images/BirdsFlying.jpg" data-thumb="/abc/nivo-slider/demo/images/BirdsFlying.jpg" alt="" title="" />

        </div>
</td>

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<<< Ali >>>
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by:HagayMandel
ID: 38748318
$('#slider').nivoSlider(/* {effect: 'random',directionNav: false,controlNav: false,controlNavThumbs: false} */);

I guess you need to remove the slashes and the asterisks.

$('#slider').nivoSlider({
effect: 'random',
directionNav: false,
controlNav: false,
controlNavThumbs: false
});

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by:MohammadAliQureshi
ID: 38748605
Hello HagayMandel:

I tried that as well. The reason I have commented them out is to use defaults for all options. I am attaching a screen shot that show where the error occurs. Hopefully, it will help. Note that the file was generated by debugging within IE developer's tool.

Note: The same error occurs even if I use class (.nivoslier) instead of div ID
(#slider)

Thanks,
<<< Ali >>>
error.jpg
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by:HagayMandel
ID: 38748636
I really don't understand what the rendered HTML code that you've attached means:

The code in the file is: $('.#slider').myfunc() ....
I think it should be: $('.#slider').nivoSlider({...

myfunc() is not a native jQuery function.
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by:MohammadAliQureshi
ID: 38749507
Hello  HagayMandel:

Sorry for the confusion,  Here is my explanation.

(1) Initially, I thought that the browser is totally skiping the the code where JQuery is being called. Therefore, I created a small function myfunc (Which only has alert in it) to ensure that we are indeed excuting that part of the code. By the Way, the Alert does come up before the error is displayed.

(2) you are correct. The call should be $('#slider').nivoSlider({..}). However, this is where the error occurs.  I just looked at the attachment in my earlier post and realized my mistake - Incorrect file was attached.
The correct file is being attached,

Again, sorry for the confusion.

<<< Ali >>>
error.jpg
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by:MohammadAliQureshi
ID: 38749611
Hello:

Update ....

I made the slider work by taking out $(document).ready(function(). Now, I am using the slider as follows:

    $('#slider').nivoSlider();

Now, the question is why document.ready function does not work?
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by:HagayMandel
ID: 38749921
Please provide the complete code.
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by:MohammadAliQureshi
ID: 38757156
Hello:

Attached is the whole code.
Code.htm
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HagayMandel earned 400 total points
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On line #130, your'e loading for the second time, an older version of jQuery. Remove it!
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by:MohammadAliQureshi
ID: 38771047
Hello  HagayMandel:

It worked. However, there is a twist ....

The code works only if I include JQuery right above the Slider code (Not in the head section).

Any ideas why ...

Thanks,
<<< Ali >>>
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Expert Comment

by:HagayMandel
ID: 38771260
I'm happy that it works.
It's not that important where you call the script. so why bother.
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Author Comment

by:MohammadAliQureshi
ID: 38774546
Hello  HagayMandel:

First, thanks for your help and patient..

Second, I agree with you. Does not matter where you call the script. However, if I could include the script in the head section, then it would be a neater code. Thats all.

Any way, "if it aint brole, dont fix it" is what I will act upon.

thanks again.

<<< Ali >>>
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