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    javascript / jquery loading problem

    Hi all,

    New to Javascript and really struggling to get this resolved. hope you folks can help.

    [background]
    On our home page http://www.data.org.uk there are three images under the heading "NEW! for members". When a user clicks on an image the should be prompted with an alert box asking if they wish to join or not, then, depending on what they click - "join" or "Not Now" - they should either be presented with a sample pdf - if 'not now' clicked - or the joining screen - 'join' clicked - where they obviously join and get the full version.

    [the problem]
    When a user clicks an image the entire screen freezes and the user is then no longer able to click any other menus. Instead a box appears at the bottom left of the screen. I really struggle with javascript so I'm having difficulty finding what the problem could be.

    [extra info]
    The site is made using joomla

    Any pointers as to what i should do / look for, would be a huge help.

    Please get in touch if you require more info / anything else.

    Kind regards
    MG

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    javascript / jquery loading problem fix

    Hi all, problem has been fixed.

    It was because of the link to the latest version of jquery:

    This:

    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.min.js" language="javascript" type="text/javascript"></script>

    was changed to this:

    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.8.3.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

    Thank you to everyone that helped.

    Regards,
    MG.

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