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I have a script which looks like this

  $(function(){

  ... Jquery Code in Here

  });

and I want to wrap it to make it compatible with WordPress. Do I have to do ...

(function($){

  $(function(){

  ... Jquery Code in Here

  });

})(this.jQuery);

It works but it seems like there might be a more concise version. Is there?

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use "jQuery" instead of "$":

jQuery(document).ready(function(){

    jQuery("#mydiv").addClass('myclass'); //or some function here

});

...as found in the codex page.

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  • Sorry I wasn't fully clear in my question obviously ... I did actually already know how to do this however the part I didn't know ( I now realise, apologies ) was whether or not I could actually REPLACE ALL of the code in my quesiton with ... (from your example) jQuery(document).ready(function(){ ... my code here }); or to put it another way I'm not entirely sure of whether I can replace $(function(){ }); with a no conflict wrapper ... I suppose I'm just confused about all these wrappers and document.ready and self invoking anonymous functions etc as I find them all very similar Nov 15, 2013 at 13:16

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