...or, of course, you can use Google's version of them from the Google
CDN rather than hosting them yourself:
On Jan 24, 10:38 am, "T.J. Crowder" <t...@crowdersoftware.com> wrote:
> Yes. The prototype.js and scriptaculous.js files returned by your
> server are HTML files; they look like you've gone to the
> script.aculo.us github account, viewed the source (with markup and
> surrounding github stuff) and done a "save as" or something. You need
> to download and (in the case of script.aculo.us) unpack them
> correctly. There's a "quick start" on the script.aculo.us wiki.
> Note that although I've linked the download page for prototype below,
> you can use the one supplied with script.aculo.us in its `lib`
> subdirectory. Scripty is still supplying 126.96.36.199, though, and 1.6.1
> has been out a while now. You'd have to ask someone more knowledgeable
> about scripty than myself if scripty 1.8.3 is thoroughly tested with
> 1.6.1; I'd guess not, or the package would have been updated by now.
> T.J. Crowder
> Independent Software Consultant
> tj / crowder software / comwww.crowdersoftware.com
> On Jan 24, 9:29 am, sotirac <soti...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Having trouble getting the Effect.toggle to work.
> > something else.
> > you can view the sample code live athttp://caritos.com.
> > The source code can be viewed here:
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