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ok, here's the background on my "lets learn jquery" debacle ... I have downloaded it (plus the UI) and that demo index.html loads and functions perfectly.

well, I can create a brand new .html document, and include just the jquery.js and perform something, and it will work ... here's the thing, if I change *anything* in the source file, the content in firefox will not refresh ... I could even delete random tags, including the <body> tags, the <h1> tags and text ... and it will just not carry over to the browser. And, if I view the source on firefox it will show a random amount of lines removed from the bottom of the .html file

what in the world is happening ... it is driving me crazy that i cant figure this out. (btw i'm using jquery1.4.4 on centos5.4 + apache2.3.3, and firefox3.6.6 from win7 if it matters)

to recap, if i start with a blank/fresh/from scratch file it will work as designed ... but as soon as I change anything, adding or removing code/content, it blows up randomly displaying content (even old content that isnt even saved in the .html file anymore!)

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