Overriding static resources added to index.jelly

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Overriding static resources added to index.jelly

Shaun Thompson
Is it possible to remove/filter js/css resources that are added to a index.jelly file?  The issue that I'm running into is I have a plugin using jquery resources and api's that are being effected by other plugins that have included JQuery at a global level.

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Re: Overriding static resources added to index.jelly

Shaun Thompson
So one solution is to not use layout.jelly and define my own layout html within my index.jelly file.

On Friday, October 6, 2017 at 10:16:30 AM UTC-5, Shaun Thompson wrote:
Is it possible to remove/filter js/css resources that are added to a index.jelly file?  The issue that I'm running into is I have a plugin using jquery resources and api's that are being effected by other plugins that have included JQuery at a global level.

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