Jmol is such a cool program that not using it in my blog is not an option. The problem is that it causes weird error messages. If you had problems accessing my blog the last couple of days, it's because of jmol. The weird thing is that it works alright if you click a link that leads you here. But if you type the address into the address line, it doesn't work. I know one thing: the problem wasn't with the jmolInitialize command. It doesn't seem to matter to call it several times on a page. The routine jmol.js was programmed in a way that it is just skipped if it's called a second time.
If you weren't able to access my blog, these are the posts that caused the trouble: Methane vibrations, p-Cresole vibrations. Take a look if you haven't been able to. And don't tell me they are not cool.
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