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The new way to do this (v12.02 and newer) is to let the IPageService take care of this. This works in Dnn and Oqtane. Like this:
var page = GetService<ToSic.Sxc.Web.IPageService>();page.Activate("jQuery");
The old way which will only work in Dnn is to tell DNN that your code needs jQuery, you must use RequestRegistration. Add this code:
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