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Social Icons disappeared and menu moved

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Hello,

I've suddenly had my social icons disappear from the site and my menus also shift up and left. No reason what the cause was. I have added a lot to the site, but I am not sure when this happened. I've included a screenshot...

Thank you very much in advance. - Doug
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Hi Doug,

Can you add a link for the site

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You are loading a lot of script files together with a lot of css files

At the moment you have a js error coming from the site which might be the culprit

You have so much going on it is hard to see what is responsible

Uncaught Error: Syntax error, unrecognized expression: #what-is-aftercare?,a[name="what-is-aftercare?"]

is the error
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With the menu are you referring to the sticky menu that scrolls down with the screen?

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With the social icons where do you have the social position published?

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No, both the main menu and sticky menu are offset now.
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From the Template manager they are set to Fixed Right. Is that a module? I can't seem to find one related to anything. I also tried Relative on position for SS Icons.
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"What is Aftercare" is my ZenTools module that is the FAQ slider on the left, under the Banner. I haven't had any problems with it before now.

I have added some social scripts on this page and a couple others under the Ministries menu. I have not had a chance to check them. They are published in the debug position.
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Hi Greg,

The social position will be somewhere in the template layout - where the drag and drop positions are added

At the moment I can't see any html code for it in the source code
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Just for clarity this is the console window at the moment and the js jquery conflict

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OK... So, you pointed me in the right direction with the Social icons and I got that fixed. At some point, I had removed them from the toolbar position. Thank you very much.

I don't know where to begin with the jscript error. That item being referenced is just the title of an article, not a module or something code based. It appears inside a ZenTools 2 module on my front page.

Any thoughts...?
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I've never seen an error like this so assuming something is being inserted into the jquery script

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