Js query problem

i have a problem  using js script on my page...  

page link    http://design.jnj.net.in/csi/



  <script>
    // You can also use "$(window).load(function() {"
    $(function () {

      // Slideshow 1
      $("#slider1").responsiveSlides({
        maxwidth: 1500,
        speed: 800
      });

      // Slideshow 2
      $("#slider2").responsiveSlides({
        auto: false,
        pager: true,
        speed: 300,
        maxwidth: 1500
      });

      // Slideshow 3
      $("#slider3").responsiveSlides({
        manualControls: '#slider3-pager',
        maxwidth: 1500
      });

      // Slideshow 4
      $("#slider4").responsiveSlides({
        auto: false,
        pager: false,
        nav: true,
        speed: 500,
        namespace: "callbacks",
        before: function () {
          $('.events').append("<li>before event fired.</li>");
        },
        after: function () {
          $('.events').append("<li>after event fired.</li>");
        }
      });

    });
      
      
      
      
      
      
  </script>
jnj_web_solutionsAsked:
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Chris StanyonConnect With a Mentor Commented:
What!

You're loading 2 versions of the jQuery library. You only need to load 1. You don't need to replace anything - you just need to remove the second version of the library...
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Chris StanyonCommented:
It's because you're loading 2 versions of the jQuery library - 1.8.3 in the HEAD, and then 1.3.1 towards the bottom of your document (near the testimonials code)
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jnj_web_solutionsAuthor Commented:
ok, what solution for that.. i need help to rectified the problem.
or give  some tip to solve the problems.
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Chris StanyonCommented:
Remove the second version
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jnj_web_solutionsAuthor Commented:
ok. give some similar script for that replacing.
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Chris StanyonCommented:
You really need to read up on how to grade answers here on EE - The answer I gave you was exactly what you needed, and yet you only gave a  B grade!!

B is the grade given for acceptable solutions, or a link to an acceptable solution. A B grade means the solution given lacked some information or required you to do a good amount of extra work to resolve the problem. When closing the question, the asker should explain why a B grade was awarded.

Before asking any more question, please have a proper read through this:

http://support.experts-exchange.com/customer/portal/articles/481419
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