Joyride Tour with wordpress

I'm using this plugin:
http://zurb.com/playground/jquery-joyride-feature-tour-plugin

I've added it to other sites before without issue, but wordpress is giving me issues.  I have it all in the footer, could someone take a look and see what's missing/incorrect?

http://www.thecurrint.com/
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Peter HartCommented:
well,  your joyride code doesn't seem to be set up?
the joyride software asks for the following to be in the header of each page so I would edit the header.php of your theme and put the following :

      <link rel=" stylesheet" type="text/css" href="wp-content/themes/flexform/css/joyride-2.1.css">
        <script src="wp-content/themes/flexform/js/jquery.joyride-2.1.js"></script>

or if you used a wordpress plugin then  it might be not set up. looking at the code  it doesn't seem set up?  
Is there a settings options under 'settings' in the WP admin panel or on the plugin of joyride in the plugin section or appearance?

you code is:
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    <!--Joyride Plugin -->
        <link rel=" stylesheet" type="text/css" href="wp-content/themes/flexform/css/joyride-2.1.css">
        <script src="wp-content/themes/flexform/js/jquery.joyride-2.1.js"></script>
<ol id="#tour" style="display:none;">
  /* data-id needs to be the same as the parent it will attach to */
  <li data-id="menu-item-31">Tip content...</li>

  /* This tip will be display as a modal */
  <li>Tip content...</li>

  /* using 'data-button' lets you have custom button text */
  <li data-class="parent-element-class" data-options="tipLocation:top;tipAnimation:fade" data-button="Second Button">Content...</li>

  /* you can put a class for custom styling */
  <li data-id="parentElementID" class="custom-class">Content...</li>
</ol>
        <script>
jQuery(window).load(function() {
  jQuery("#tour").joyride({
    /* Options will go here */
  });
});
</script>
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Nathan RileyFounderAuthor Commented:
I had it setup that way originally, but moved around some as it wasn't working.  I've moved it back to the head, but still not working.

No this is not a Wordpress plugin.
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Nathan RileyFounderAuthor Commented:
Resolved on my own.
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Resolved issue on my own.
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