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ASP.NET 4.0 Webforms and Jquery Multiple Versions?

Posted on 2014-09-10
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I'm working with webforms and need to know if I can isolate older versions of Jquery in separate folders and have everything work.
Here's the proposed layout:
/root//calendars
jquery-1.4.js
default.aspx
default.cs

/root//userdetails
jquery-9.1.js
default.aspx
default.cs
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Question by:WorknHardr
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MogalManic earned 500 total points
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In general the same page cannot have two references of different versions of a javascript library.  So the default.aspx page will have problems calling the JQuery library (it won't know which version the $ indicates;  It will probably load the last one).

You will have to do something like what is suggested here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1566595/can-i-use-multiple-versions-of-jquery-on-the-same-page
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That's what I thought, thx...
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