You need to ask ASP experts. You won't find them here. I have observed questions and answers over ASP/jQuery issues here for several years. Many questions. Few answers.
jQuery doesn't know or care that you are using ASP on your server. Only the HTML/CSS/JS that the browser gets in requests to your server.
jQuery documentation and samples etc. all assume a plain-jane static website. HTML/JS/CSS. There are way too many server languages (PHP, Python, Ruby, C#, Java, etc. etc. etc.), frameworks (Joomla, Laravel, Ruby on Rails, JSP, etc. etc.), CMSs (WordPress, etc)., ECommerce frameworks (Magento, Shopify, etc.) for jQuery to give you instructions on how to incorporate jQuery. You need to seek advice from experts on the framework/language/whatever you are using, especially if it makes using jQuery difficult.
Regardless of what server-side language/framework you are using, it is up to you to learn how it relates to the universal requirements of web browsers, which deal only with HTML/CSS/JS.
Common questions that I see that are seldom answered are "how do I incorporate jQuery into my xyz framework project?" For the most part, we don't know. If you ask, prepare to wait until somebody wanders by who knows. For ASP, it is seldom that somebody wanders by who knows. Or "how do I use Ajax with my server framework? Ask people who know your server framework.
ASP.net seems to have particularly screwy ways of doing both of the things I mentioned in the common questions above...
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