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I have been doing some development recently that is pretty heavily using jQuery and jQuery UI. I just got back to it today after not being able to work on it for a few weeks. Since it had been a while I updated my environment with the latest mojoPortal code from the repository. After doing that I started getting some weird errors from the jQueryUI js files. I did some research I realized that in the web.config you had changed the GoogleCDNjQueryVersion property to use 1.8.2 and have GoogleCDNjQueryUIVersion as 1.8.16. As part of the research I found out that jQuery 1.8.23 is the lowest maintenance version 'stated' as working with jQuery 1.8.2. I changed the GoogleCDNjQueryUIVersion to 1.8.24 in my user.config file and I am not longer getting the errors. I did some testing with other jQuery components in mojoPortal (tabs, buttons, datepicker, etc.) and I did not see any issues.
I will leave the change in my user.config file, but I just wanted to let you know about this finding and suggest that you might update GoogleCDNjQueryUIVersion to 1.8.24 in the web.config file.
Thanks for the consideration.
Thanks! This is now fixed in the repository. I've updated both jquery and jqueryui to the latest versions available on the google cdn via web.config. Let me know if you encounter any jquery related issues with the new versions.