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Why is the API looking for a non-existing jQuery module?

Question asked by dhunink on Dec 23, 2014
Latest reply on Dec 23, 2014 by dhunink

Hi There!



my implementation of the JS API is failing because dojo is trying to fetch a (non-existing) jQuery.js module on

Does anyone know any causes for this particular error?

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A little more details:

The implementation is done on a Wordpress website, were jQuery is included by default. See it in action at  To narrow down the possible causes I created a simple WordPress page with just the js api included: Same problem here.
The problem started to occur only after the recent update of WordPress. No WordPress plugins are causing the problem, since it continues to be present, even if all plugins are disabled. A version running WordPress 4.0.1 is live here:




Any help would be appreciated!