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typeerror $(…). is not a function

This jquery error usually comes while we working with Mozilla Firefox browser. typeerror $(…). is not a function error shows different in different browsers. Here we will see reasons and solutions for this error.

typeerror $(…). is not a function error in different browser

See typeerror $(…). is not a function shows different in all different browser. If you are using Mozilla Firefox than it will show typeerror $(…). is not a function and if you are using opera and google chrome than it throw uncaught typeerror: undefined is not a function and if you are using Internet explorer than it will throw Expected identifier jquery error but reasons and solutions for all browser are the same.

See as I have already discussed that this is the same error shows different in different browser. As we have seen solutions for uncaught typeerror undefined is not a function in our previous article. This is same error in Mozilla Firefox. For details solutions you can see my article on jquery uncaught typeerror undefined is not a function in chrome and opera. Here I am pointing only main reasons and solutions for this jquery error.

  1. Due to more than one time Jquery is added or included
  2. Due to not proper order of Jquery included (Re arranging Jquery file sequence)
  3. Due to not properly loaded of Jquery and external plugin
  4. Due to retired Jquery library or old deprecated Jquery method
  5. Due to minified version of Jquery or Javascript
  6. Concatenation and bundling of Javascript files and Jquery
  7. Change $ to Jquery

What is your opinion ?

Here we have seen all possible reasons and solutions for typeerror $(…). is not a function in Mozilla Firefox. I hope it will be very useful to overcome from this Jquery error and you will enjoy it. If you have any query and question, you can comment or you can mail me.

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