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You may need to be a bit patient. Getting real time live help is not always available. I myself am not next to a PC to further investigate. In the mean time, you could simply right click somewhere on the target page and click view source. You may be able to figure out the jQuery code that's being used on that page.

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you have to show us your effort of making a program don't just ask about the whole code try to make one of yours and maybe we can help when you encounter some problems...

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