I'm focusing on a website, and things are employed in my local atmosphere and also on an evaluation server I've here and everything works fine. but after i upload it to my host, nothing appears to operate!?

The Asp.Internet javascript validators fire, but every from the jquery isn't working? I even include a simple

$("#test").html("working")

and

<div id="test></div>

And absolutely nothing is going on? I've triple checked that the js is submitted (to my /js/ directory

The website is here now: http://whoowes.me (it's in it's infancy still... barely began) and also the Login/Register/Contact buttons really should pull a modal popup (not change pages, which should only happen if JS is disabled) and also the word 'test' should appear underneath the menu.

Can JS be disabled in the server? Wouldn't seem sensible though because the asp.internet javascript validators are turning up?

I'm completely confused here, any ideas could be great!

You can always let Google do your meet your needs:

<head>

  <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

</mind>

One enjoyable side-effect is the fact that you'll save just a little bandwidth, also, since many sites are now using Google's AJAX API, many customers will have diabetes already cached within their browser.

<script src="/jquery.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

http://whoowes.me/jquery.js = 404

You may did not upload the file right place?

(you are not pointing towards the /js/ folder)

How a site might be set up on IIS is by their virtual directory setup that might not be including you js folder. The server could also 't be permitting the website to provide the js depending on file permissions.

I'd say you place a ticket to your webhosting provider and also have them take a look at why the server isn't delivering the file. An alternative choice may be the IIS server isn't set to permit delivery from the js file extension.

Hope this can help

my host didn't default to possess .js within their MIME types, and so i needed to add it in:

extension: .js

application/x-javascript

The file whoowes.me/jquery.js cannot be found. Make certain you apply the right file path within the script tag.

Make certain you've

$(document).ready(function () )

surrounding your existing code.