You will want to add a variable to each .js file, indicating the version. The csinfo.js file would have the value where 'currentVersion=1;' and 'latestVersion = 1;'.
In your ebook page, you put both calls for the js files, one after the other. First the local file, then call the website .js file.
The local file establishes the installed or last update version. We called it 'currentVersion=1;'. The information you want to update is kept in variables as well (like, 'currentGreeting ="Hi!" ', or whatever).
So, you read the local .js file, then the website .js file.... The beauty is, if the script can't see the .js file because you're not online, or you forgot to upload it, it won't throw an error. . . neat.
Anyway, the second .js file tells you that the 'latestVersion = 2'. The contents contains values ('latestGreeting ="Happy Holidays!",' or whatever) with new information.
....and then you write those values, including the new currentVersion and latestVersion values, into your local js file, as I did in the demo....
Next time you start up, if there are no updates, the version numbers will match, and your ebook will read and use the local information. If they are not online, it will use the local information as well, updated the last time they went online.
If you look at the demo, you might find the point where the file is written. You'll want to copy that, and paste it, implementing it right after the part that does the variable update. You'll also have to include that .as file that does the writing itself.
I can look at it if you're still having trouble finding that line of script. I'll try to get to it asap, but I'm a bit swamped - I'm trying to 'whip out' a free, advertising-driven site (I hope), with a ton of articles and ebooks I've collected in these past years;http://www.800tip.com. Might be something there to inspire an ebook subject.
It's taken me over a week now to 'whip it out', and I am way tardy on eveything else , but I'll help where I can.
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