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How come WordPress is saying it cannot find jquery 1.6.3? 

by on January 31, 2013

Q: This error just appeared on my wordpress site:
Not Found

The server can not find the requested page:

www.wpstats.org/jquery-1.6.3.min.js (port 80)

The wordpress theme is Epsilon.

I assume the themes jquery is no longer working.

Does anyone know where I can remove this error?


Using radio buttons instead of a slider 

by on August 19, 2009

Q: I have a survey on my site and I want to give the user the option of agreeing a certain % with a statement. I was thinking about using a slider  (0 – 100%) where people can slide it to select how much they agree with the statement. I am wondering if this is the best solution.

A: Most of the slider widgets I have seen are written in jQuery. jQuery is a library written in JavaScript to take advantage of Ajax. Ajax, which stands for asynchronous javascript and XML, is a term used to describe client side technology for web applications. Most sliders should be pretty easy to integrate into your survey but I would suggest that doing this would lead to some issues down the road. Read the rest of this entry »

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How do I add a slider to my web survey? 

by on August 15, 2009

Q: I am trying to create my own survey with Dreamweaver. I’m using the older version Dreamweaver 8 (not the CS version). I’ve done great so far, but I want to add a few survey questions that use a slider (0 – 100%), where people can slide the application to say what percentage they agree with something. I found a nice slider application called jquery. But, can I use a jquery slider without surveypro? If so, how do I do it? If not, does anyone know of anywhere else I can find FREE script for a slider application?

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