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    After launching a site recently we naively upgraded jQuery to the latest version (3.4.1) on the front-end, and everything appeared to work across all plugins until someone noticed that the responsive lightbox no longer fired. We did some digging and found that you are using $(document).on( "ready", handler ) syntax which is officially deprecated in jQuery 1.8 and was completely removed in jQuery 3.0. We understand that WordPress doesn’t officially support the newest version of jQuery yet, but is there any way for you to add compatibility?


    It that the only change that would be required to make it compatible with jQuery 3.0? If so we’d be able to make a fix in the future release.
    But in general, RLG is a WordPress plugin and it requires WordPress enviroment to work properly. If you deregister built-in jQuery version and use v3 you know it can result in issues with multiple plugins and themes. That’s why we’re not doing that and don’t recommend it.

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