Hi Im pretty good at html,css, and javascript and I want to start jquery. I heard that you have to go to a website to download a file and save it where you do your projects , and then you have to reference it in your work. Well, is there a way to do jquery without doing all that?

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I believe you need a copy of jquery.js. It's really not that big of a deal; the jquery website shows how to do all of it.

Answered over 8 years ago by Rachel Bennett
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Yes there is, you can link to a Google hosted library instead of a local file. Google hosts a number of JavaScript libraries for just this purpose. Here's a nifty site that makes it very easy to copy the appropriate code to link to a number of these libraries including jquery.

Under jquery, click 'copy' and paste the code into the head of your documents.

Answered over 8 years ago by Jude Hansen
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more specifically, jquery is javascript, and you obviously need to download said javascript and then reference it in your work.

Answered over 8 years ago by Alexander Knopf