The risks of using hosted resources, hosted jQuery

Posted by: DotNetNuke Developer - DotNetNuke Core Team Member and Excellent Programmer, on 13 Aug 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Long ago when we started shipping jQuery resources with DotNetNuke we began offering a Host Setting which allowed you to use a HOSTED version of the jQuery resources. There are a number of benefits for using the hosted jQuery resources, of which I will mention some below, but there are also some potential disadvantages or risks to this as well. First a quick summary of what the setting allows you to do. With DNN (specifically with DNN 6.*+) we ship both jQuery resources and the jquery.ui resources....

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