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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:07

jQuery conflict

Poster: jquery
Dated: Tuesday December 1 2009 - 21:13:27 GMT

jQuery is outputing code that is showing up in my menus.

function(E,F){return new o.fn.init(E,F)}

I've removed everything and narrowed it down to the Milonic DHTML menu. Narrowing it down to how the menu is allowing this code to be output is what is difficult. It's not phyically in the page source, it's dynamically being output as part of the way Milonic writes its output to the screen. I don't want to have to move to another menu script since this one works well already, however I do need to get jQuery integrated and need to determine how to make them compatible with each.


Re: jQuery conflict

Poster: Andy
Dated: Wednesday December 2 2009 - 9:51:37 GMT


The menu currently works alongside jQuery on many many websites, this indicates that it's a problem specific to your site.

We will need a URL in order to debug this. Sounds like it's one of your modules doing this, not jQuery but I can't confirm until I can see the HTML of your site.


Re: jQuery conflict

Poster: luispehuajo
Dated: Wednesday February 3 2010 - 17:43:38 GMT


In the forum I found this only topic that is similar to my problem, i want to ask you if this problem is resolved or if any things that i con prove in my site to solve it.

I know that you need the html of my page to test it, but I can’t give it to you because is a bank system and it’s confidential. So if you can give me any response I will be very thankful.
I’m using Milonic DHTML Menu - JavaScript Website Navigation System.
Version 5.728.

Sorry for my bad English.

Romero, Luis Javier
Ingeniero en Sistemas. Argentina - Bs. As. - Tandil

Re: jQuery conflict

Poster: Andy
Dated: Wednesday February 3 2010 - 17:45:09 GMT

Do you have a URL that we can see?

At least if we can see the problem we'll be able to find out what is going on