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2/17/2017 1:10 PM
 
I am developing an MVC Module.
In one view,I need to access .button() in order to initialize a button.
When the view loads,by default DNN includes JQuery-ui 1.11.3.I know this happens as I check the jquery-ui version number.The problem is that .button() does not seem to do anything.In the browser's debuger i don't see any errors.If i put
 <script src="https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.12.1/jquery-ui.js"></script>
at the top my MVC view and without changing something else .butoon() seesm to work fine.
I guess that the problem either lies to the position where dnn automatically loads the jquery-uy library or to a conflict with one of the other default libraries which are automatically loaded.Please not that I don't load any other javascript libraries.
Any help will be greatly appreciated as I want to avoid to include the jquery-ui library twice.
Thanks
 
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