Fix Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined in jQuery
Today in this post I am going to tell you how to fix a common jQuery error which is “$ is not defined in jQuery”. Many of newbie don’t know why this kind of error occurs. I also have found a question “How to fix Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined in jQuery” many times on the internet.
So today we are going to see how to fix the $ is not defined error in jquery. So let’s continue reading.
Before we directly enter the solution, let’s discuss the reasons that may be responsible for this type of jQuery error. The reasons that may cause this error are given below:
3. You may have botched version of jQuery
So I have discussed the reasons that may be responsible for $ is not defined error in jQuery. Now I am going to discuss how to fix this problem.
Below are the solutions that can solve $ is not defined jQuery error:
2. If you have botched version of jQuery then you should go through that jQuery and you should maintain the rules of using the botched jQuery file. Or you can replace it with the proper jQuery file.
3. To become sure about page load complete you can use jQuery $( document ).ready() method just like below:
I hope this post will fix your problem if you also face the problem using jQuery.