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Can JS & CSS code located remotely run locally?

Can JS & CSS code located remotely run locally?

(OP)
I know, I know, such a rookie question.
I have these couple JS & CSS widgets that need to read from remote files at code.jquery.com. Unfortunately I am behind a secured network at work. Is there a way to circumvent this?

Thanks in advance

RE: Can JS & CSS code located remotely run locally?

Assuming the secured network is not allowing access to code.jquery.com, then you would need to download the relevant files, and modify the paths in the files using them to point to your local copies.

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RE: Can JS & CSS code located remotely run locally?

(OP)
I was able to set them locally and it worked!

Thank you so much vacunita! :)

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