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I have a problem, when I load jquery.js from local, my test server is Apache 2.2.14 and PHP 5.3.1. The code is :
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<html xmlns="[URL]">
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<title>jQuery Starterkit</title>
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<script language="javascript">
$(function() {
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<lable>pwd : </lable><input type="text" name="text" value="name"/>

The browser alert (Missing Objects) in localhost. But if I change src to '[URL]', or double click html and run in the browser, it takes effective. So I think there are some problems in my Apache conf file.

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Use mysql command source w3demo.sql from the MySQL command line.

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