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I tried to convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme, and it seems like the Superfish Menu v1.7.4 is not compatible with the WordPress' default jQuery version (which is v1.11.0). I've tried to deregister that default 1.11.0 version and use instead the 1.10.2 (which works with Superfish) and everything worked fine, which proves that the problem is definitely the jQuery version, not something else. But deregistering the default version is not a good practice, so what else can I do to make the Superfish Menu work?

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Report the issue to its developers? I don't quite see what to do in WP context. You could load and noConflict separate copy of jQuery just for it, but it seems wasteful and isn't really anything specific to WordPress. – Rarst Aug 19 '14 at 15:00
Is there a way of loading a specific jQuery version only for one jQuery script? – Daniel Sarmas Aug 19 '14 at 15:07
There is, but it's kind of a mess api.jquery.com/jquery.noconflict – Rarst Aug 19 '14 at 15:11

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