JQuery The noConflict() Method

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JQuery’s noConflict() method is used to prevent conflicts between jQuery and other libraries that might be using the $ symbol as a shorthand for their own library. By default, jQuery uses $ as an alias for its jQuery object, which can cause conflicts if another library also uses $ as an alias.

When the noConflict() method is called, it restores the original value of $ and returns the jQuery object, allowing you to use jQuery instead of $ to reference the jQuery object.

Here is an example of how to use the noConflict() method:

// Assign jQuery to a new variable
var myJQuery = jQuery.noConflict();

// Use the myJQuery variable instead of $
myJQuery(document).ready(function(){
  myJQuery("#myButton").click(function(){
    myJQuery("#myDiv").toggle();
  });
});

In this example, myJQuery is used instead of $ to reference the jQuery object, allowing you to use jQuery alongside other libraries that might be using $.

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