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If i put my .js files in sites->all->libraries folder. Will drupal recognize it ? Because i did not see the file in the source. Can i make it recognize ?

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Just putting the files in a directory won't do any good.

You have to either put a reference to your file in your module.info file, or use drupal_add_js somewhere, depending on what you're trying to achieve.

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    sites/all/libraries/ exists so that modules can know where you've put various non-Drupal code libraries. There's a Libraries module, and contrib modules can declare it a dependency so that you know you're supposed to use an external library in there. Basically: Don't put anything there unless you're installing a module that tells you to do so. Countzero's answer is correct about how to add JS to your site. – paul-m Feb 18 '12 at 0:25

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