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  • Hola! estoy intentando añadir en mi tema 3 javascripts internos y uno externo pero no funciona,
    los cargo en el archivo funtions.php de esta forma:

    function load_scripts() {
      wp_register_script( 'scrollto', get_template_directory_uri() . '/js/jquery.scrollTo.js', array( 'scriptyouwillwaittobeloaded' ) );
      wp_enqueue_script( 'scrollto' );
        wp_register_script( 'scrolltomin', get_template_directory_uri() . '/jquery.scrollTo.min.js', array( 'scriptyouwillwaittobeloaded' ) );
      wp_enqueue_script( 'scrolltomin' );
      wp_register_script( 'serialscroll', get_template_directory_uri() . '/jquery.serialScroll', array( 'scriptyouwillwaittobeloaded' ) );
      wp_enqueue_script( 'serialscroll' );
    add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts', 'load_scripts');
    function load_myscripts()
    wp_register_script( 'my_script', '');
    add_action('init', 'load_myscripts');

    y en el head cargo el siguiente script

    <script type="text/javascript">
    		// Easing equation, borrowed from jQuery easing plugin
    		jQuery.easing.easeOutQuart = function (x, t, b, c, d) {
    			return -c * ((t=t/d-1)*t*t*t - 1) + b;
    		jQuery(function( $ ){
    			 * Most jQuery.serialScroll's settings, actually belong to jQuery.ScrollTo, check it's demo for an example of each option.
    			 * @see
    			 * You can use EVERY single setting of jQuery.ScrollTo, in the settings hash you send to jQuery.serialScroll.
    			 * The plugin binds 6 events to the container to allow external manipulation.
    			 * prev, next, goto, start, stop and notify
    			 * You use them like this: $(your_container).trigger('next'), $(your_container).trigger('goto', [5]) (0-based index).
    			 * If for some odd reason, the element already has any of these events bound, trigger it with the namespace.
    			 * IMPORTANT: this call to the plugin specifies ALL the settings (plus some of jQuery.ScrollTo)
    			 * This is done so you can see them. You DON'T need to specify the commented ones.
    			 * A 'target' is specified, that means that #screen is the context for target, prev, next and navigation.
    				items:'li', // Selector to the items ( relative to the matched elements, '#sections' in this case )
    				prev:'img.prev',// Selector to the 'prev' button (absolute!, meaning it's relative to the document)
    				next:'',// Selector to the 'next' button (absolute too)
    				axis:'xy',// The default is 'y' scroll on both ways
    				navigation:'#navigation li a',
    				duration:700,// Length of the animation (if you scroll 2 axes and use queue, then each axis take half this time)
    				force:true, // Force a scroll to the element specified by 'start' (some browsers don't reset on refreshes)
    				//queue:false,// We scroll on both axes, scroll both at the same time.
    				//event:'click',// On which event to react (click is the default, you probably won't need to specify it)
    				//stop:false,// Each click will stop any previous animations of the target. (false by default)
    				//lock:true, // Ignore events if already animating (true by default)
    				//start: 0, // On which element (index) to begin ( 0 is the default, redundant in this case )
    				//cycle:true,// Cycle endlessly ( constant velocity, true is the default )
    				//step:1, // How many items to scroll each time ( 1 is the default, no need to specify )
    				//jump:false, // If true, items become clickable (or w/e 'event' is, and when activated, the pane scrolls to them)
    				//lazy:false,// (default) if true, the plugin looks for the items on each event(allows AJAX or JS content, or reordering)
    				//interval:1000, // It's the number of milliseconds to automatically go to the next
    				//constant:true, // constant speed
    				onBefore:function( e, elem, $pane, $items, pos ){
    					 * 'this' is the triggered element
    					 * e is the event object
    					 * elem is the element we'll be scrolling to
    					 * $pane is the element being scrolled
    					 * $items is the items collection at this moment
    					 * pos is the position of elem in the collection
    					 * if it returns false, the event will be ignored
    					 //those arguments with a $ are jqueryfied, elem isn't.
    					if( this.blur )
    				onAfter:function( elem ){
    					//'this' is the element being scrolled ($pane) not jqueryfied
    			 * No need to have only one element in view, you can use it for slideshows or similar.
    			 * In this case, clicking the images, scrolls to them.
    			 * No target in this case, so the selectors are absolute.
    				prev:'#screen2 a.prev',
    				offset:-230, //when scrolling to photo, stop 230 before reaching it (from the left)
    				start:1, //as we are centering it, start at the 2nd
    				cycle:false, //don't pull back once you reach the end
    				easing:'easeOutQuart', //use this easing equation for a funny effect
    				jump: true //click on the images to scroll to them
    			 * The call below, is just to show that you are not restricted to prev/next buttons
    			 * In this case, the plugin will react to a custom event on the container
    			 * You can trigger the event from the outside.
    			var $news = $('#news-ticker');//we'll re use it a lot, so better save it to a var.
    				lazy:true,// NOTE: it's set to true, meaning you can add/remove/reorder items and the changes are taken into account.
    				interval:1, // yeah! I now added auto-scrolling
    				step:2 // scroll 2 news each time
    			 * The following you don't need to see, is just for the "Add 2 Items" and "Shuffle"" buttons
    			 * These exemplify the use of the option 'lazy'.
    					$items = $news.find('div'),
    					num = $items.length + 1;
    					$(this).text( 'News ' + (num + i) );
    			$('#shuffle-news').click(function(){//don't shuffle the first, don't wanna deal with css
    				var shuffled = $news.find('div').get().slice(1).sort(function(){
    					return Math.round(Math.random())-0.5;//just a random number between -0.5 and 0.5
    				$(shuffled).appendTo($news);//add them all reordered

    estoy intentando que me cargue en una página donde tengo el html pero aunque carga bien los estilos no hace el efecto del javascript, alguien puede ayudarme?
    no se si hay algun conflicto, tengo todos los plugin desactivados y el tema es el _S muchas gracias

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