jQuery is a library written in JS. It is JS. Most of what it does has now been absorbed into functions that browsers make available, eg
$('.selector') -> document.querySelector('.selector') // or if there are many $('.selector') -> document.querySelectorAll('.selector') $.ajax() -> fetch()
I did, maybe I will check more.
The functionality is to toggle my nav
<a> links to show/hide its contents within same page.
I searched and tried for almost 2days only to solve it with jQuery. That got my curiosity high