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I have not done that in my testing and it 'seems' to work as I have it posted.To load a hosted library, copy and paste the HTML snippet for that library (shown below) in your web page. For instance, to load jQuery, embed the
<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js"></script>snippet in your web page.
Google works directly with the key stake holders for each library effort and accepts the latest stable versions as they are released. Once we host a release of a given library, we are committed to hosting that release indefinitely.
If you could humour me while I clarify my question that would be appreciated.
https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/x.xx.x/themes/base/jquery-ui.css. . . and that the latest version of the CSS is x.xx.x?
I just didn't want to be Guessing at what the latest version the CSS was at.
Sorry for being so 'wordy'. Basically, where is it that I go to see what the "Latest" version of the CSS is?
. . . when I wrote the last post.Your jQUI css version number has to match your jQUI version number. The following page usually gives you the latest js version:
Should that not be something that also appears on this page as well:I still don't get how it is that we KNOW that the CSS sheets are located on Google's CDN at:
. . . If I didn't ALREADY know they were there (the above url), how is it I'd find this information out as it is not on the Google Libraries page?
All the old hats here probably already KNOW this, but I just figured out how to change how my calendar looks!!!!Themes:
base, black-tie, blitzer, cupertino, dark-hive, dot-luv, eggplant, excite-bike, flick, hot-sneaks, humanity, le-frog, mint-choc, overcast, pepper-grinder, redmond, smoothness, south-street, start, sunny, swanky-purse, trontastic, ui-darkness, ui-lightness, and vader.