The PHP date format is very powerful and, although most people understand how to parse a date with the
date() PHP function, it is less known that one can include HTML tags into it. Why would you really need to add HTML tags into a parsed date? It will allow you to have a handle on its content, therefore enabling its styling through CSS.
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Migrate has been created to make jQuery code backup compatible with versions of jQuery prior to v1.9. It is packaged with the Joomla! framework (which will hopefully soon contain the latest version of the plugin) to ensure older scripts still work with jQuery without breaking your site.
In the ongoing race to speed up websites, reducing the number of script libraries that load on a page is a way to achieve just that. Should you try and prevent Migrate from loading all-together? Do you really need it? Do the jQuery scripts loaded on your site really use deprecated features?