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christopherjon says

So, I’m running some compatibility tests on something I’ve been working on and I’ve run into a little road block.

Using my winXP laptop I found that none of my fun jquery stuff was working with Firefox or Chrome but was working with IE8 .

Kinda, odd.

Trying to narrow down the problem I checked out a bunch of TF theme demos and ran into the same problem. Some themes were working fine while others weren’t.

Logged into my WP admin and same problem, WP wasn’t loading any jquery when I tested it with Chrome and Firefox and for once it’s not IE giving me a headache.

Next, threw in a thumbdrive with a copy of instantWP to see how stuff was working on a local install and whadda ya know, everything was working like it should be on all three browsers.

Anybody else run into this problem?

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