Updating library files dreamweaver
There are tons of other folders in the Configuration folder, but the one that holds the files that we are interested in is the Third Party Source Code folder.Inside this folder, you’ll find the jquery-mobile folder. None of the sites that you have worked on previously are reliant on these files, as Dreamweaver makes a local copy in each site you create (if you are not using the CDN versions of the Mobile Starter Pages – which we will talk about later).Without proper software you will receive a Windows message "How do you want to open this file?" (Windows 10) or "Windows cannot open this file" (Windows 7) or a similar Mac/i Phone/Android alert.Because before you could even get your copy installed, the j Query team released a significant upgrade to the core j Query library – version 1.6.Along the way, the j Query Mobile framework has also been updated to version 1.0a4, which includes several important bug fixes. Before proceeding, you’ll obviously want to go grab the updated libraries themselves.WARNING: Do not confuse your personal configuration folder with the main configuration folder in Program Files in Windows or Applications on a Mac.You should never touch the main configuration folder unless you really know what you're doing. The language is usually represented by two pairs of characters separated by an underscore, as in en_US (English), es_ES (Spanish), or fr_FR (French).
Sometimes, deleting this file is not sufficient, and you need to delete your personal configuration folder in its entirety.Finally, if you want to change the CDN version, it points to the jquery repository online, simply update j Query Mobile Multi to point to the location of the CDN versions of the files.