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Old 14 Feb 2011, 02:12
OldSchoolDSL OldSchoolDSL is offline
 
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Originally Posted by DragonByte Tech View Post
Not to seem like I'm questioning you or anything but is there a point to changing the jquery version?

I wrap everything in noConflict so assuming there's a newer version already loaded it shouldn't cause any issues, should it?

Or will that same function stop newer versions from loading further down?

Kinda new to jQuery so I still don't know how they handle upgrading libraries


Fillip
So far... Just about every new jQuery release has equaled to be quicker loading & less resource usage... Normally for the end user, but sometimes server side depending on what it is applied to.

Older versions of jQuery sometimes would conflict if used together (1.4.2 or older)
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