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Geekish Garrulous Grumblings blogs › CKEDITOR and JQUERY mismatch between versions

July 25th, 2013

This week I have been mainly using ERPAL.

If you have no point of reference with 'The Fast Show' then just ignore this and read on...

So, I've been playing with Drupal and the wonderful ERPAL Project Management module this week - I found an annoying problem where I thought I was caught between a rock and hard place. It seems that CKEDITOR 4.x needs JQuery 1.5 to work properly. But JQuery 1.5 gives me problems with some older browsers that my client is using (IE7/8) so I switch to JQUERY1.8 and the site looks good in IE but suddenly CKEDITOR it not working. Aaaargh...

Luckily, by an act of extremely good timing, the latest DEV version of JQUERY UPDATE adds the ability to switch between JQUERY versions when in normal and administration modes. So, by downloading and installing the dev version from 2013-May-02 (http://ftp.drupal.org/files/projects/jquery_update-7.x-2.x-dev.tar.gz) this lets me specify a version for the main site and a older version when in ADMIN mode.

Once you installed the Update goto http://your-site.com/admin/config/development/jquery_update


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