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I have osCommerce v2.3.3 installed for a customer. Recently, he failed his PCI verification due to the version of JQuery that is installed (1.8.2). The PCI Verification service requires at least JQuery, if used, to be at v3.0.0 or newer. How do I upgrade JQuery to the newer version without running the risk of breaking the website? It is a highly customized site (http://accu-pressure.com) and I don't want to risk putting the site down for any length of time at all, particularly for an extended period of time because of something broken in the code.

I also don't want to tell the customer that we can't bring his site into PCI compliance. He is getting charged extra every month for not being in compliance. How do I upgrade to the most recent version of JQuery (v3.3.1) and JQueryUI (v1.12.1)?

Looking for help,
Keith S

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You are not going to get much help here with an old version of oscommerce like that. You should upgrade, which then comes with the newer versions of jquery.

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4 hours ago, webgfx said:

How do I upgrade to the most recent version of JQuery (v3.3.1)

From what's visable on the front end It's not a big site! and not that complex, Only a small number of product and basic layout, so upgrading should be simple.

Alternativly make test site and install JQuery (v3.3.1) alongside, and test what impact it has and fix each problem. It's only a case of pointing to right version to test.

I have 3 versions of JQuery running on a test site side by side with no issues.

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Oh the other thing that you may try is using a CND rather than running it localy and see if that makes a diferance.

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

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