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It is possible? because i've tried to include jquery ui library through drupal.org/project/jquery_ui module (followed instructions in readme.txt) but that library won't show up in source code. What's the problem?

Should i go for jquery_ui module or i can include that script through .info file?

Jquery ui version = "6.x-1.5" Downloaded jquery ui library 1.6

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The correct way to include jQuery UI, from README.txt:

In your module, call the following function:

jquery_ui_add($files);

For example:

jquery_ui_add(array('ui.draggable', 'ui.droppable', 'ui.sortable'));
jquery_ui_add('ui.sortable');  // For a single file
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  • i'm not using it for my own module. I want that library just for additional effects. Commented Dec 31, 2011 at 13:56
  • You can't just add this library without any module. From README.txt: "This module is more-or-less a utility module that should simply be required by other modules that depend on jQuery UI being available. It doesn't do anything on its own."
    – jcisio
    Commented Jan 1, 2012 at 4:49

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