In Joomla, scripts are added to the
<head> tag on a page.
<html> <head> <title>Title</title> <script src="script.js"></script> </head> <body> ... </body> </html>
When the browser's HTML parser finds the
<script> tag, it downloads the script and executes it. After the task is done, it goes on and parses the remaining HTML.
One basic reason you would install jQuery Easy would be to load jQuery and/or Bootstrap libraries from the internet, through a CDN (or Content Delivery Network). That has the advantage to load libraries that are not necessarily available in the version of Joomla you are using from an outsourced server that is optimized to deliver them.
The migration from Joomla 3.10 to Joomla 4 for Simplify Your Web extensions is fairly simple, but there are still a few rules to follow for a smooth transition.
The Chosen jQuery plugin is widely used in Joomla 3 and is primarily used to 'beautify' html select boxes. Many components load it but it may stand in the way in some website designs. While some extensions may give you the option to skip the plugin, you may not have any possibility to remove it. Let see how jQuery Easy Profiles, developed for Joomla, can help.
jQuery Easy Profiles is jQuery Easy's pro version. Although using similar parameters and resolving the same kind of issues (jQuery Easy Profiles is offering many more options though), these two extensions work a little differently.
Over the past few months, a large number of users have asked my help in finding out what was wrong with their website, even after installing the jQuery Easy plugin.
In this article, I will try and address ways of fixing these issues, with the help of the plugin.
Since the plugin has been available online, many issues were presented to me and frankly, some websites can become a real mess when so many extensions use there own jQuery code. Forget about jQuery and MooTools conflicts! jQuery conflicts alone are mostly taking websites down to their knees.
Here is a case study I wanted to share, as I was researching the best way to correct such a mess, with the help of the jQuery Easy plugin. In this study, we will handle jQuery/MooTools conflicts and allow jQuery extensions to use their own variables.
This set of articles have been created in order to increase people's awareness about the Simplify Your Web products.
It is aiming to show how those products can be used and point out not-so-well-known functionality.
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