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[Nov-22-2018]

I found this info useful on internet.

This information could be used to include multiple jquery versions on one page.

Yes, it's doable due to jQuery's noconflict mode. http://blog.nemikor.com/2009/10/03/using-multiple-versions-of-jquery/








Then, instead of $('#selector').function();, you'd do jQuery_1_3_2('#selector').function(); or jQuery_1_1_3('#selector').function();.


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12 months ago

very useful..