Well actually I want to use jQuery 1.6 or above for one of the tooltip. But If I am placing this line in Custom HTML (at the end of head):
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js"></script>

The feature I want(tootip) is working fine but When I go to Add/Edit Page and try to use the Other Macros or even editing the macros, Nothing is showing up. But when I try removing the above line, everything seems fine.

Please tell me how to integrate jquery version 1.6 or above in my Confluence without having any problem?

Using Confluence 4.03

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David Simpson Community Champion Nov 07, 2011

Confluence already includes jQuery. Why add another instance? Can't you just use the slightly older version instead?

No actually I am using Tipped (http://projects.nickstakenburg.com/tipped) which uses jQuery 1.6 or above. Can you please tell me how to integrate v 1.6 in Confluence without any conflicts with the existing one? By the way, which version does it already contain/inbuilt?

Is there a certain way we have to access the jQuery provided by Confluence. If I'm not mistaken, it's inside of a file called batch.js, correct? My jQuery functions (simple fadeIn/fadeOut) don't work so I have to use a script src to include an external jQuery file. However, when I do this, my keyboard shortcuts lose functionality. If I can find out how to use the jQuery functions provided by Confluence, it might solve my problem.

David Simpson Community Champion Nov 07, 2011

@BJ Yang: It's namespaced as AJS.$ instead of just $ or jQuery.

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Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Nov 08, 2011

Confluence 4 appears to be running jquery 1.5.2.

If you want to load a different version of jQuery into the Confluence UI, you will need to follow the instructions in the jQuery docs on how to load them side-by-side: http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.noConflict/

Hi Siddharth,

I had to update my javascripts to use another variable to call jQuery. I did so using a noConflict statement in the header:

<script>XXX= jQuery.noConflict(true);</script>

Where XXX is the new variable you would use instead of $ in your javascript.

Hope this helps!

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