You don't have any themes associated with your DW - that's what this error message means.
You can create/ customize/ get more themes from here: http://jquerymobile.com/themeroller/
To know more about how to use jQuery Mobile Theming, this will be helpful: http://www.htmlgoodies.com/html5/mobile/jquery-mobile-in-adobe-dreamweaver-cs6.html#fbid=Q XsS3RcVTXD
But it does have a theme attached (see below). That's my point. Even when I changed the theme using ThemeRoller the swatches do not show up. The document changes to reflect the new theme, but the swatche window says "No Theme Attached". I followed the directions in the tutorial link you provided as well. No swatches.
<title>jQuery Mobile Web App</title>
<link href="jquery-mobile/jquery.mobile.theme-1.0.min.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"/>
<link href="jquery-mobile/jquery.mobile.structure-1.0.min.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"/>
I have the exact same problem!
Have you solved it?
Sorry, but it did not work. I have tested all the latest versions of the files. Did you do something else that might have solved it?
had the same problem (wrote webpages in HTML 5.0 and CSS 3.0, and linked up the custom themes in the appropriate place). Custom themes were not displayed (i.e. they were all rendered in white color). I tried this:
- when creating themes with the ThemeRoller, make sure to check no fields are empty in the Theme Settings (left hand side column) of the themes you created (in my case, the text color field was empty in "button:normal", "button:hover" and "button:pressed". Enter a color there.
- when I loaded my page in IE9, it didn't work. I then opened my page with Firefox - there it did work. Afterwards opened it with IE9 again where then it worked too. However, it only worked on my computer. When I opened my page with IE9 on a different computer the custom themes where ... white.
I tried a few more things, like locally hosting the default themes and editing the default themes, but no use, IE won't read it even though it is linked up correctlty.