extension ExtPose

jQuerify

Description from extension meta Inject jQuery latest stable release version into any page you want or indicate presence of jQuery if it is included on page…
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Description from store Inject jQuery latest stable release version into any page you want or indicate presence of jQuery if it is included on page already. It allows you to use injected jQuery in the console shell (You can invoke Chrome console by "Ctrl+Shift+j" on PC or "Option+Command+j" on Mac) and to see the indication if jQuery has already been injected to the current page. To inject jQuery into selected tab click on extension button. - "$" sign over plugin button means jQuery injected (embedded). IMPORTANT: If the page already has jQuery injected - the "$" - sign will be visible on top of the plugin icon. In this case pressing plugin button will obviously not embed jQuery to this page because it is already there. - "$j" sign means - jQuery injected as $j variable with no conflict to prototype or other frameworks. Update "3 September 2013": - Code updated to inject the latest stable version of jQuery as soon as it appears. Update 10/24/2012. - Added HTTPS support. - New version of jQuery (1.8.2) added. - Tech changes in case of updates in chrome extensions API. Give me your feedback friends and I will improve the tool! Cheers! P.S: This plugin is used to embed jQuery in non-conflict mode with prototype, - that's said. Do NOT base your rating on absence of options you would like to have. If you think that something does not work - fire a bug, not a comment. IMPORTANT: This plugin will obviously NOT work on this market page. Also after plugin installed please RELOAD any page opened before installation, to which you would like to inject jQuery to.
Latest reviews (2019-01-29) Hethe Berg: Awesome! (2018-11-01) Alexandre Pepin: It doesn't work. You can click as much as you want, it doesn't do anything. (2017-05-23) 张彪: Very useful, thx. (2017-02-19) adam whiteson: broken (2016-08-20) Cristian Marfil: En facebook no funciona, desconozco en otros sitios. (2016-06-13) Sergey Korsakov: Work like charm, even on pages when manual jquery injection don't working! Many thanks mate! (2016-03-03) Blus cream: 5 Stars if it would show the version of the loaded version of jQuery and the source url in a popup or hover. (2015-11-11) Faridul Hassan: great!!! (2015-02-27) Michael Latham: It fulfills most of my needs if not all of them as far as testing is concerned. A good tool for prototyping JS code, if you ask me. Thanks Mr. Chergik (2014-01-30) Dan Atkinson: It works for me, but I'd like to be able to choose which version of jQuery I want to load. (2014-01-05) Maciej Dragan: Doens't work at all. Tried on several pages. (2013-09-15) Paolo Carrasco: I can play with jQuery in any page! very useful plugin ;) thanks Andrey! (2013-09-06) Veronika Sipeeva: Nice job. Thanks. Needs to play fast with page internals on demand. (2012-07-13) Salvador Faria: Can i specify a list of JavaScript urls to inject? that would be nice. (2011-11-03) Robert Nix: Needs if (document.getElementsByTagName('head').length === 0) document.getElementsByTagName('html')[0].appendChild(document.createElement('head'));

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7,964
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Rating
3.8 (70 votes)
Last update / version
2013-09-04 / 2.5.0

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