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I just started with Drupal 7 and trying to learn. I really like it so far. However I'm not sure how to add fuelUX. I linked all the relevant js and css files in my theme but for some reason it throws me errors (checked in the browser console). I know these arent Drupals fault per se but I just looking around to see if someone else sucessfully implemented fuelUX (http://exacttarget.github.com/fuelux/#wizard) and knows what I'm missing?

In my case I'm trying to get the "wizard" widget working. The error I get is "Uncaught ReferenceError: define is not defined" on both all.js which includes all widgets, and the specific wizard.js which I tried to add while problemshooting.

Any clues? =)

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install Bootstrap theme for starters.. drupal.org/project/bootstrap Hint: you will need jQuery update dev version – Pan Chrono Feb 27 '13 at 11:49
why don't you use a ctools (modal) wizard, and theme it .. ? – rémy Dec 1 '13 at 16:02

it sounds like you may not have an AMD loader on the page so please try using the following file:


This contains all of the JavaScript for Bootstrap and Fuel UX, with no dependency on an AMD loader. In case you haven't heard of AMD, here's some info:



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