Is there a way to find out what version of jQuery is being used by inspecting the
jQuery object? jQuery is dynamically getting added to my page and I cannot see any reference to it in my markup. If I inspect it in my browser's console, it's there.
$ symbol, you can use
jQuery().jquery would work just fine:
console.log($()) and take note about jquery object fields :
$().jquery will give you its version as a string.
For older versions of jQuery
jQuery().jquery (or) jQuery().fn.jquery
For newer versions of jQuery
$().jquery (or) $().fn.jquery
You can get the version of the jquery by simply printing
object can be any object created by you using
For example: if you have created a
<div> element as following
var divObj = $("div");
then by printing
divObj.jquery will show you the version like 1.7.1
divObj inherits all the property of
jQuery() i.e if you try to print
jQuery.fn.jquery will also print the same version like 1.7.1
console.log( 'You are running jQuery version: ' + $.fn.jquery );
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