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  • Resolved baronettopozzbon


    Hey guys,
    i’m gettin nervous!!
    i need to find the setup for activate jquery from the backend.
    i forgot where it is!

    please help me!

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  • Could you give us a little more info? Jquery is bundled with wordpress so I’m not sure what you mean by activating it. Why do you need it activated? That might help us understand why you are asking this question.

    yes sure.
    I’m sorry but this is gettin me crazy! 🙂

    I’m intalling the supersized plugin of jQuery.
    I remember that jQuery in the new wordpress it a default feature.
    but i remember also that in the backend there is an option for activate it because of default it’s off.

    i’m not sure about this!!

    because i’ve done this once and i forgot if was with a custom theme that has this preference or not!

    – please do you know if wordpress has a default option for switching the jQuery library on/off from the backend?

    Thank you

    I’ve not seen any way to turn on jquery from the admin screen ever by default but I’m assuming your working with a wordpress plugin? If so, the plugin author should enqueue jquery through the plugin itself. No reason to have the user do it. Now are you talking about a wordpress plugin or are you talking about a jquery plugin that is not a wordpress plugin?

    i think i have to check the installation of the plugin (WP supersized) because it’s not working. And definitively you’re right! there’s no reason that jQuery it’s not included with the plugin!

    so by default, wordpress has the jQuery library embedded!?
    and there isn’t a switching option on the backend!

    Yeah, check the install page

    It says nothing about turning on jquery and there is not an option in the admin screen.

    You can also check in the forum of the plugin itself for help related to the actual plugin.

    it’s working.

    thank you really much!

    Great! I’m glad I could help. 🙂

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