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Revert to old linting?

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Nov 15, 2018

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Hi,

I've recently been using the latest Dreamweaver 2019 and the linting has completely changed.

I've followed the process of going to manage sites and changing, for example, no-console to 0 (I don't want to be warned about using console.log. This makes no difference., I should state that I don't use sites, no need to, never will. I drag and drop HTML, CSS, JS etc into Dreamweaver from a multitude of locations.

How do I get Global Lint settings that affect any file I'm editing regardless of where it resides?

Surely I don't have to revert to DW 2018? If I do, how do I do that?

Thanks

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This is one of the online versions I have bookmarked for that:L JSLint: The JavaScript Code Quality Tool

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Revert to old linting?

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Hi,

I've recently been using the latest Dreamweaver 2019 and the linting has completely changed.

I've followed the process of going to manage sites and changing, for example, no-console to 0 (I don't want to be warned about using console.log. This makes no difference., I should state that I don't use sites, no need to, never will. I drag and drop HTML, CSS, JS etc into Dreamweaver from a multitude of locations.

How do I get Global Lint settings that affect any file I'm editing regardless of where it resides?

Surely I don't have to revert to DW 2018? If I do, how do I do that?

Thanks

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

This is one of the online versions I have bookmarked for that:L JSLint: The JavaScript Code Quality Tool

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As a cloud subscriber, you can have CC2018 installed at the same time as 2019 (actually, you can have all 6 CC versions installed simultaneously), they just won't run concurrently...

1. Open the CC Desktop App
2. Click the Apps tab
3. Click the small triangle next to DW's install/update/open icon
4. Choose Manage > Other Versions
5. Pick the version you want and install

That way, you can at least continue working while troubleshooting CC 2019.

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Looks like I'll have to do this. It'll save time when assessing actual errors vs warning errors.

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I still use CC2015 for production work and never used CC2018 aside from familiarizing myself with it to help people in the forums.

2019 has been much better than 2018, but I don't use Linting (I prefer running online validation).

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By online validation you simply mean testing it live?

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Nope, I mean code validation (what the Linter attempts to do locally).

I use either an in-browser add-on that validates the code with the dev tools, or I use the pages below...

HTML: Ready to check - Nu Html Checker

CSS: The W3C CSS Validation Service

You can also validate within DW (if you're connected to the internet) using File > Validate > Validate Current Document (W3C)

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Thanks for the info Jon, appreciated.

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I should point out it was JavaScript specifically that I like linting for.

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This is one of the online versions I have bookmarked for that:L JSLint: The JavaScript Code Quality Tool

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