Sorry about that. When you you open an HTML file directly in your browser, you are not opening it correctly. That is not how web pages work. As a consequence, your browser is BLOCKING the jQuery include files for security reasons. In the real world/on the web, HTML pages are served through web server software. They are not just opened up on a browser, as you are doing. So the security issue doesn't come up.
But we should be able to get around the security issue by using a local copy of jQuery instead of the standard google include.
See in the file that I originally sent you, it attempts to include a file at:
If you are attempting to view the project by opening it directly in your browser rather than putting it on a web server, this will throw a security issue and the browser itself will block jQuery.
Here is a version of the project with a local jQuery file:http://wikisend.com/download/326726/withLocaljQuery.zip
You should now be able to open the file directly in your browser and it will work. However, keep in mind that opening web pages like this is not a correct way to test a web site.
Regardless, using this local file like this will work both if you are opening the page directly and if you are running it through a web server. Just make sure that you turn in all the files.
Let me know if you have any other questions and please remember to rate my answer.
Thank you again!