[opencms-dev] Use jQuery in a template

Christian Steinert christian_steinert at web.de
Sat Jan 17 13:06:28 CET 2009


Javadocs for the implementation are meager - 
http://www.opencms.org/javadoc/core/org/opencms/jsp/CmsJspTagJQuery.html
But to me it seems that it is enough to just write <cms:jquery /> to get 
the javascript stuff included into your page

hth
Christian
> Thanks
>
> But I already found this sites. My question now is more how I include it
> especially in OpenCms.
> I am running 7.0.5 so I would like to use the one that is shipped with
> this version rather than downloading it again.
> Sorry, that I didnt make that point.
>
> Marc
>
>
> Christian Steinert schrieb:
>   
>> Marc Schlegel ha scritto:
>>   
>>     
>>> I have to send this question again. I still havent found o but ut how to use
>>> jquery :(
>>>   
>>>     
>>>       
>> The following site should give you everything you need.
>>   http://docs.jquery.com/Main_Page
>>   
>>     
>>> Actually, I just would like to use an fade in effect on a div-block for
>>> the beginning. The pdf by Mat Butcher form the OpenCms-Days explains it
>>> very briefly and the examples are supposed to be found on another
>>> website but there I also jsut can find the same PDF, no examples.
>>>   
>>>     
>>>       
>> The following page for example turned up during a short search for "fade"
>>   http://docs.jquery.com/Effects/fadeIn#speedcallback
>>
>> jquery is really sweet but at the beginning it might require some mental 
>> re-wiring to appreciate the way it works. So you should definitely take 
>> a look at some of the tutorials.
>>
>> hth
>> Christian
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