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    Senior Member BallardStudio's Avatar
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    Can you run two jQuerys at once? I'm using Lightbox on my page and also wanted to include a sliding descriptor for my thumbnails. I'm not sure if you can run both at the same time without problems.
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    If you're using the standard jquery libraries... Yes... You can run numerous instances on the same page... Just need to make sure your calls are defined properly...

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    Senior Member BallardStudio's Avatar
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    What do you mean by calls? I'm not a developer, so I'm not familiar with the term.
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    The portion of code in the actual page... That calls the library functions...

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    jQuery is a bunch of JavaScript code bunched together. If you download the official version, then you will only ever need one per site.
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    Senior Member BallardStudio's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Dolidze, post: 215672
    jQuery is a bunch of JavaScript code bunched together. If you download the official version, then you will only ever need one per site.
    "Captain, we lost he designer." Maybe not so much. I saw there was a general jQuery site with a single download. If I download that and use the additional scripts attached for the jQuery I would like to use, I should be OK, correct?
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    WDF Staff George Dolidze's Avatar
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    yes you should
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