I have a form embedded in a page. Firebug gives the error "jQuery is not defined" twice.
At first I thought that might have something to do me having 'ajax=true' in the form embedding shortcode. I removed that paramter, and then got the error only once.
This is the block of code from where firebug gives me the area. Looks to me like its a one-line block containing the whole form:
I can see that there is a call to jquery within the form itself.
For purposes unrelated to the form, I am loading jquery site-wide, and on the pages in which the form is embedded. I can see that the jquery library is indeed loading on the problem page, by looking at the network panel in firebug.
What could be happening here?