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How to fix “Bootstrap’s JavaScript requires jQuery version 1.9.1 or higher, but lower than version 3” error

If you see the JavaScript error that says, “uncaught error: bootstrap’s javascript requires jquery version 1.9.1 or higher, but lower than version 3“, that means you have bootstrap version 3.3 or lower on your website. But your website bootstrap JavaScript file needs an older version of jQuery, which is lower than version 3. To fix

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How to load multiple versions of jQuery in your website ( different version of jQuery for specific pages )

I had recently shared a detailed post on how to fix jQuery error in your website due to WordPress core update, which doesn’t load the jQuery migration script. And one of the visitors asked in the comment section, if they can load a different version of jQuery on different pages. I found this interesting and

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How to fix $.browser undefined error in WordPress

$.browser function has been deprecated from the latest jQuery version. It had the flags $.browser.webkit, $.browser.safari, $.browser.opera, $.browser.msie and $.browser.mozilla to detect respective browsers in previous versions. But now, if your site has code with these flags and your theme has the latest version of jQuery, then it will throw an error message sayings “undefined”.