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Hi brothers and sisters,

Not been on the site for a while but can anyone point me to a download for jquery to use on my MDD mac with osx 10.5.8. I want to create a slider photo gallery to use on my free moonfruit website, it's part of my bigger plans for when I get a new mac...or two.

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jQuery isn't OS dependent but rather relies on the functionality of the browser. Thus, any version should do as long as you have a relatively new version of your browser of choice.

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Yep what vansmith said. You can download jquery here jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library or connect to a CDN (content delivery network) like Google.

You can find some jquery galleries here 37 Fresh jQuery Image And Gallery Display Solutions and each linked site will have examples of how to get them up and going.
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