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THIS WORKS:

<script type="text/javascript">
    function fadeReview() {
      jQuery(".reviewPanel     .reviewPanel2:hidden:first").fadeIn(500).delay(3000).fadeOut(500, function() {
    jQuery(this).appendTo(jQuery(this).parent());
    fadeReview();
    });
    }
    fadeReview();
 </script>

BUT, THIS DOES NOT WORK:

<script type="text/javascript">
function fadeReview() {
  jQuery(".reviewPanel .reviewPanel2:hidden:first").fadeIn(500).delay(3000).fadeOut(500, function() {
jQuery(this).appendTo(jQuery(this).parent());
fadeReview();
});
}
fadeReview();

function fadeReviewName() {
  jQuery(".reviewName .reviewName2:hidden:first").fadeIn(500).delay(3000).fadeOut(500, function() {
    jQuery(this).appendTo(jQuery(this).parent());
    fadeReviewName();
  });
}
fadeReviewName();
</script>

Does it have to do with running two functions? It works ok in this fiddle.

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

"Won't work" doesn't say much. Use Firebug with Firefox, or in Chrome or Safari or IE8, use the developer tools to check for JS errors on your site.

WP3.2 now includes jQuery 1.6 and your jsfiddle example uses 1.4, so there's a possible conflict.

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OK Thanks. The fiddle works with 1.6...but I will take a look with firebug. – Carson Jul 21 '11 at 14:26

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