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VIVIAN CENTENO2,335 Points
On Web Typography, Responsive Text & Vertical Rhythm, time 03:33, Guil says "I have already linked to jQuery from the Google API. So I just need to include the file that I downloaded from Fit Text".
My question is, for this to apply on any website, do I copy the link code he shows in the video:
or do I have to get my own code for this to happen? And if I have to get my own code, how do I know where to find it other than getting my own account or does it come included on the download from Fit Text js? I'm a bit confused . . . Thank you in advance
mikes02Courses Plus Student 16,968 Points
He's probably referring to the Google Hosted libraries, which can be found here for jQuery: https://developers.google.com/speed/libraries/devguide#jquery
or if you want to see their full list you can go to: https://developers.google.com/speed/libraries/devguide
So for jQuery you could just copy/paste the snippet you want to use within your project.