I was trying to get the jqModal working. This is the code I had:
It wasn’t working… then reading the “the right way” to do it and a flash of inspiration, I now have this:
var $j = jQuery.noConflict();
Of course, you can replace $j with whatever you want. This works with the jqModal fix shown in Part I.
Now, jQuery and jqModal play nice in my WordPress. It’s been a good morning. Funny how such little, simple things make life good.