The navblurb alert is just a test. Wierd thing is, if I comment out the rest underneath for the menu, the alert works. However, if I leave it as is, the alert doesn't even work. So something in this code for the nav is making all other jquery in the file useless (and it's self) and I have no idea what. It seems pretty simple script to me. Any suggestions?
It’s definitely not related to SSI because these are processed on the server and putting the page together as if you had one static HTML file (you see that you see nothing that indicates that you’re using SSI if you view the source code in the browser) and then, as soon as the page is output to the browser JS processing begins. That means it’s a pure JS error and you can find it out by looking into the browser’s JS console (Firefox has a built-in console, for example) or through developer tools that Safari, Chrome, and Opera have by default, or Firebug which you can download for Firefox.
Thanks! I did so and found that I had an extra comma in a couple of place... drives me crazy when it's something so simple. See "borderTopColor: 'rgb(112, 112, 184)'," and
"easing: 'easeOutCirc',". Removed the commas and it works!