jQuery UI - Accordion


is it possible to use jQuery UI in confluence custom plugin development? In my case, i try to use jQuery Accordion functionality in my plugin .vm pages. But it is not rendered correctly.


<resource type="download" name="jquery-ui.css" location="/css/jquery-ui.css" >
            <property key="content-type" value="text/css" />
<resource type="download" name="jquery-ui.js" location="/js/jquery-ui.js" >
            <property key="content-type" value="text/javascript"/>
<resource type="download" name="jquery-1.9.0.js" location="/js/jquery-1.9.0.js" >
            <property key="content-type" value="text/javascript"/>


AJS.$(document).ready(function() {

        collapsible: true

and a VM page it self:

<div id="categorySkillsList">
            #foreach($!category in $!categories)
                    #foreach($!skill in $!category.skills)

i can see all .js file and .css files in "batch" files! But <div id="categorySkillsList"> is not rendered like ACCORDION.


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To get jQuery UI Elements work in Confluence you have to include following dependency in Web Resource


if the jQuery UI library is in confluence integrated?

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