I'm trying to set up colorbox for content that I'm going to bring up with a banner. I'm doing this all in americommerce, and learning my way around it, while also trying to re-acclimate myself with javascript. I set it up a couple of days ago, and it worked perfectly, but today a take a look at it, and nothing. This error comes up in firebug:
$("a[rel='example1']").colorbox();

Americommerce already calls up jquery v1.4.2, and through the set-up process of colorbox it says to link to the latest jquery version which is 1.5.2.

Is it possible that these two are conflicting, that I can get by with only using one? I've tried without the link to 1.5.2 and I have the same problem. As for 1.4.2, I'm not even sure that I can disable it.

Just for reference, here is the rundown of my javascript code:

HTML Code:
<script type="text/javascript" src="/store/inc/jquery.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="/store/inc/EnterKeyHandler.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="/store/inc/DisableEnter.js"></script>
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="/Store/Templates/Default/Style.aspx?t=9&v=201104042311">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="Shared/scripts/colorbox/example3/colorbox.css">
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.5.2.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="Shared/scripts/colorbox/colorbox/jquery.colorbox-min.js"></script>
<script>
 $(document).ready(function(){
 //Examples of how to assign the ColorBox event to elements
 $("a[rel='example1']").colorbox();
 $("a[rel='example2']").colorbox({transition:"fade"});
 $("a[rel='example3']").colorbox({transition:"none", width:"75%", height:"75%"});
 $("a[rel='example4']").colorbox({slideshow:true});
 $(".example5").colorbox();
 $(".example6").colorbox({iframe:true, innerWidth:425, innerHeight:344});
 $(".example7").colorbox({width:"80%", height:"80%", iframe:true});
 jquery(".example8").colorbox({width:"50%", inline:true, href:"#inline_example1"});
 $(".example9").colorbox({
 onOpen:function(){ alert('onOpen: colorbox is about to open'); },
 onLoad:function(){ alert('onLoad: colorbox has started to load the targeted content'); },
 onComplete:function(){ alert('onComplete: colorbox has displayed the loaded content'); },
 onCleanup:function(){ alert('onCleanup: colorbox has begun the close process'); },
36 onClosed:function(){ alert('onClosed: colorbox has completely closed'); }
 });

 //Example of preserving a JavaScript event for inline calls.
 $("#click").click(function(){
 $('#click').css({"background-color":"#f00", "color":"#fff", "cursor":"inherit"}).text("Open this window again and this message will still be here.");
return false;
 });
});
</script> 
If there isn't a way to easily fix this, is there maybe a better way to achieve the same affects?