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CreativeCollusionsDate: Friday, 2010-11-12, 11:15 PM | Message # 1
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Hello. I've just started a new project built for no reason really. Just thought it was a cool idea. Anyway I'm extremely busy and just wondered if anyone could help a little. Anyway, I originally had this webpage as .HTML files in the File Manager. But I wanted log-in abilities and such. Anyway, I have it working on uCoz but because this project has a lot of jQuery in it, the AJAX plugins are disrupting my jQuery.

I was just wondering if any one knows how to stop the following CSS & JS plugins from disrupting my jQuery:

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<link type="text/css" rel="StyleSheet" href="http://s43.ucoz.net/src/layer1.css" /><script type="text/javascript" src="http://s43.ucoz.net/src/u.js"></script><style type="text/css">.UhideBlockL {display:none}</style>

Here is what my project should work like: http://www.elliottmangham.com/mtop.htm
Here is what it is like on uCoz: http://em-webtop.ucoz.com/

You should notice that on uCoz, the jQuery doesn't work. I have found that this is because of the AJAX plugins.

Thanks!


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AnimorphDate: Friday, 2010-11-12, 11:22 PM | Message # 2
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elliottm, you keep suprising me that website is really cool , but unfortunately enough i almost never work with jQuery so i never had any kind of those problems also

sorry but i can't help you with this

 
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AcidDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 0:05 AM | Message # 3
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Tried unwrapping it?


 
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CreativeCollusionsDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 0:30 AM | Message # 4
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Animorph, thanks it's always nice to know someone likes your work.

Acid, unwrapping the jQuery? If so, this won't help. I know the code works fine, I've tried it here. But the AJAX plugin is preventing it completely.

Thanks.


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AcidDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 0:40 AM | Message # 5
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May I ask what you want the login for?

I could dig up some codes for login on non-uCoz sites.


 
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CreativeCollusionsDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 2:14 AM | Message # 6
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So that I can login to add news with the CMS instead of adding codes in the .HTML document. Also login features not connected with uCoz, normally require .PHP (which cannot be uploaded with uCoz).


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AcidDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 4:09 PM | Message # 7
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Hm, I don't know much about AJAC and jQuery.

I downloaded the scripts, and I'm going to try.

Added (2010-11-13, 4:09 PM)
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Found some CMS systems.


 
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CreativeCollusionsDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 4:09 PM | Message # 8
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I'm pretty new to jQuery, but AJAX I'm used over the years with uCoz. Everything is OK, it's just uCoz is automatically inserting the AJAX which destroys the whole jQuery. If there isn't a way of preventing the automatic plugin,I'll just have to upload as .HTML files, but have no login or CMS feature.


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Message edited by elliottm - Saturday, 2010-11-13, 4:13 PM
 
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AcidDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 4:19 PM | Message # 9
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http://spyrestudios.com/free-content-management-systems/


 
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AloyashaDate: Saturday, 2010-11-13, 5:43 PM | Message # 10
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What is jQuery? What's The Difference?


 
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