BOOTSTRAP JS ISSUES

I have an "datepicker" widget placed  inside a bootstrap application utilizing the accordion feature.   I have been attempting to place a datepicker inside the collapsible section with no success.  

There seems to be a conflict in the order of the scripts or their placement.   The scripts for the expand/collapse seem to override one another depending on where they are placed.   The code I am working with is contained in the attached "Master Page".

I require assistance in getting both the datepicker to work inside of the collapsible section.
Site.master
EXP-COL.aspx
BOEING39Asked:
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Duy PhamFreelance IT ConsultantCommented:
It seems that panels (using 'div' elements) in your EXP-COL.aspx is not properly formed, which might cause unexpected behaviors of accordion feature.
Duy PhamFreelance IT ConsultantCommented:
One more thing, in your Master page, you use $('#datepick').datepicker(...), it might not work when your control is placed inside your content page since control id will be adjusted with something like "ctl00_ContentPlaceHolderID_datepick".

You'd better use $('.datepick').datepicker(...) instead.
BOEING39Author Commented:
I tried as you suggest "no joy"    I tested the code outside of the master page independently and it functions correctly.  I keep think it is a script conflict or priority issue.
Tom BeckCommented:
The proper troubleshooting technique in this case would be to work backward from the source of the rendered page. When you have <head runat="server"> in the master, that allows asp.net to add script, meta tags and css to the head section. You never know what will be in there until the page is rendered.

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BOEING39Author Commented:
Was able to identify problem working backward through program.
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