Best practice to see if JQuery is loaded. We have problems with users trying to use BSP on desktop. The IE defaults do not allow libs to be loaded so it looks very plain.

So how do I detect and give 'IE not supported' message?

asked 10 Apr '13, 10:11

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You can put some javascript in the page. See for example this thread.

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answered 01 May '13, 13:48

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That will not work for all IE. Anyway, the real problem was with HTTP and HTTPS. JQuery was from their CDN and the BSP was one of our HTTPS. Org policy is no mixing the two. So I put all of the Jquery in SICF and that solved the problem.

Thanks for the answer!

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answered 01 May '13, 14:27

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