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Remove jQuery ClientScript programmatically

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    in a particular template (skin) I don't want jQuery library nor jQueryUI,
    so I would like to remove the client libraries injected by DNN.
    I've read that is possible configure different version of jQuery but I would like to remove them programmatically at the Page_Load of the skin.
    Is there some sort of function like Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptInclude to unregister client library?
    For example Page.ClientScript.UnregisterClientScriptInclude(...)?
    thanks in adavance


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      Luca, you can disable "popups" (SETTINGS > Site Settings > Site Behavior > More > "Enable Popups") to keep DNN from injecting jQuery . Also, if you are using the SEARCH theme object, it will cause jQuery to be loaded.
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        Oh, and you can also use the DNNJSEXCLUDE theme object if you don't want to, or can't, disable popups.
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          In addition to David's excellent advice, the StyleHelper theme object by 40Fingers is a great way to fine-tune all kinds of things on your DNN site, including what scripts do and don't get loaded.  But, it's important to still follow the previous advice.  This is just a powerful tool to help you do that and more.  

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