Personal experience has taught me that having two scripts that call on jquery on the same page will always result in one or the other not working without doing a whole bunch of rewriting in the jquery code so they don't have any overlaps of each other.
That will more than likely result in an undesired effect out of one or both of the effects you're trying to generate.
I tried for the longest time to get an overlap viewer and lightbox to "play nice" on the same page. Finally it was explained to me that they can't both call the same script or use the same prefix (#) to make the call without cancelling the other out.
My only solution was to put the effects on two separate pages. Luckily I could do that.
hmm, that is annoying ?
I;ve read about a call .... jQuery.noConflict();
Could this be used??? I'm a little noob on jquery and i've tried playing around with it but i am unsure of where it should go ?
Does anyone have a pointer ?
I'd be VERY grateful