- Using the Debug Panel
- Supported Browsers
- Using Two Versions of jQuery in the Same Page
- Identifying the Version
- Enabling Debug Information in the REST Queries
- Using the Relevance Inspector
- Using With the On-Premises Search API
- CORS Errors
- Preventing Queries Without Keywords
- Why Are Result Counts Inaccurate With Folding Enabled?
- Why Are Some Child Items Not Folded?
- Preventing Tab Captions From Being Cut Off
Using Two Versions of jQuery in the Same Page
noConflict, you must use
noConflict, the jQuery event queues of the different jQuery versions will be handled in separate variables.
Here’s an example how it can be used.
If done correctly, when you load the page, in the console of your browser type following commands to see the jQuery versions that are available in the page:
Returns the version of
Returns the scoped version used internally by the Coveo framework.
- Your Coveo search page may not show any results.
- In the browser developer tools, in the Network tab, you may not see the
- For a line such as
$('#search').coveo('init');, you may get the error:
Uncaught TypeError: $(...).coveo is not a functionThis error means
.coveomethods are not recognized.
In such a case, ensure that you follow the instructions in this article to resolve the conflict.