Thank you for your reply. I realize I had soldered the pins directly to each other(D12&D11, I am not using Motor1, and D7&D2) rather than the pin to the little hole in front of it. I re-soldered the jumpers and checked to ensure that there is no connection between the pins D12 and D7 and the little hole in front of it, after having scratched off the Copper Trace.
Also, I changed the define statements in AFMotor.h for MOTORENABLE AND MOTORLATCH. I did not find any other references to the Pins D7 and D12 in either AFMotor.f or AFMotor.cpp
This is what I have now.
It seems now that the MOTORLATCH is not working correctly. When I connect to the Wifly Module wirelessly via telnet and pass it commands for the motor to start, it works only when I provide a connection between D11 and D3. Also, I need to do this each time a motor.set() command is passed.
Am I doing something wrong in the above? Please let me know if you need more information.