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SleePy:
That should be fine.  As long as the license from the plugin permits redistribution in the license your modification will use, it shouldn't be any trouble.

InfoStrides:
jQuery is really fantastic. I'm currently exploring it.

GravuTrad:
More security holes?

Joshua Dickerson:

--- Quote from: GravuTrad on March 01, 2012, 01:59:22 PM ---More security holes?

--- End quote ---
huh?

butchs:
I played with it for a while but decided not to use it.  I was looking at it for security reasons for a challenge page for a  mod I am updating.  Thought it would save some time.  After some research, I discovered that CloudFlare started with JQuery and then stopped using it for unknown security reasons.  Furthermore the JQuery code I saw was client-side and can be manipulated.  Though more difficult to implement, I opted for server-side php sprinkled with some small JS code.
 :-X

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