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    Trouble shooting a new simple web page that uses jQuery.

    I have designed a simple page that should sequentially change the background image. The website is located here: http://www.lawrence-nv.us/test-slideshow/

    I designed this page by following the directions on this website: http://demo.fearlessflyer.com/html/demo/rotating-bg/

    For some reason it is displaying only the last image. I have spent all day trouble shooting this page and I can't find the error. I have not used jQuery before so I am at a disadvantage.

    Can anyone help me on this one?

    Edit: The images are using are just some random images I had and are not sized to fit the page.

    Edit 2: I replaced the original images with images that are all sized at 1024x768 pixels, just in case this was the problem, but I am still have a problem with the images not rotating.
    Last edited by lkeeney; 09-25-2012 at 04:35 PM.
    Larry

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    Your JS file doesn't look like JS at all. Make sure this file is correct:
    http://www.lawrence-nv.us/test-slide...le.all.2.74.js
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    Thank you for catching this. I copy and pasted the text into this file, but my copy function apparently did not work and I ended up pasting a previously copied text into this file.

    I have the correct information in the .js file now, but it still doesn't work. However when the first page is loaded, I can see part of some of the other images for a moment.
    Last edited by lkeeney; 09-25-2012 at 05:08 PM.
    Larry

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