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This occured after I added the following lines in the hook_init() implementation done from a custom module.

function myid_init() {
  drupal_add_js(drupal_get_path("module", "myid") . "/photobooth-js-gh-pages/photobooth_min.js"); 
  drupal_add_js(drupal_get_path("module", "myid") . "/photobooth-js-gh-pages/website/js/script.js");
}

It needs jQuery 1.11.2 to work, but Drupal already uses jQuery.

I installed the jQuery Update module and found out that, in the configuration setting, the newer jQuery version I could select is 1.10, but that is not sufficient for jQuery plugin I want to use.

How can I use jQuery 1.11.2 in a Drupal site?

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Check out the drupal.org document on using new versions of jQuery for a few solutions. One good solution is the JQuery Multi module that lets you target multiple versions of jQuery via its hook_jqmulti_libraries() hook (its README explains how).

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