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    jQuery and JS, is that possible without coliding

    jQuery and JS, is that possible without coliding

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    Why not? Subject always to the usual rules about duplication of function and variable names.


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    ??? I'm not sure I get it. jQuery *IS* JavaScript. Specifically, a JavaScript library. Did you mean something else by "JS" than just "JavaScript"??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Pedant View Post
    ??? I'm not sure I get it. jQuery *IS* JavaScript. Specifically, a JavaScript library. Did you mean something else by "JS" than just "JavaScript"??
    I interpreted the question to mean something like "if you use a framework like JQuery, can you still use "ordinary" Javascript as well, or will JQuery in some way overwrite the standard browser Javascript?"

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    Last edited by Philip M; 08-02-2009 at 08:50 AM.


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