I have several domains hosted by Dreamhost, and they all have WordPress installations on them. I recently began learning to design with Adobe Dreamweaver CS4, and I’ve created my first non-WordPress site for a student project at grad school.
I created a subdomain (www.depression.kathykeating.net) of one of my sites with WordPress installed on it (www.kathykeating.net) to publish this site to the web, but I did not add a WordPress installation to that subdomain. I then uploaded all my files (which went fine). The site works, which is great, however, two elements that I created using JQuery don’t render properly. One (a beautiful blue drop-down menu) displays as just a long unnumbered list of text links and the other (an image carousel) doesn’t display at all.
Does anyone know what might be preventing my JQuery from rendering properly? I’ve checked that all the JQuery files are on the server (they are), but when I try to actually view one online (www.depression.kathykeating.net/jquery.js, for instance), I get a Forbidden page with the message “You don’t have permission to access /jquery.js on this server. Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.”
If anyone has any advice on how to get this working, I’d really appreciate it! Thanks so much!