The Juicer embed code automatically includes jQuery. On some websites, this can cause problems elsewhere on the page where you insert the Juicer code. Oftentimes, it's navigation menus that are affected. 

The easiest way to handle this is to replace the JS line in your Juicer embed code. Simply replace this line of the code: 

<script src="//" type="text/javascript"></script>

with this: 

<script src="//" type="text/javascript"></script>

Try the above, then clear your browser cache and see if the problem has been addressed. If not, it's best if you can send the URL of your webpage to us via Intercom or to [email protected], with the original Juicer code still included on the page. 

If you are looking for an immediate fix, you can also insert the iframe version of Juicer, instead of the standard embed code. This is available in the "Embed in your site" panel of the Juicer dashboard, along the left-hand toolbar, as shown here: 

Just keep in mind that the iframe version of Juicer does not have responsive design or the post overlay (pop-up) feature. 

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