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Uploading Your Website with DreamWeaver

With Adobe Dream Weaver use FTP to upload your files to the server.

NOTE: The Instructions Below are From The Adobe Website.

Select an access method
1. Select Site > Manage Sites.
2. Click New and select Site to set up a new site, or select an existing Dreamweaver site and click Edit.
3. Click the Advanced tab, select the Remote Info category and select the FTP access method.

 

Set options for FTP access

1. Select Site > Manage Sites.
2. Click New and select Site to set up a new site, or select an existing Dreamweaver site and click Edit.
3. In the Site Definition dialog box, select the Advanced tab and click the Remote Info category.

Select FTP from the Access pop-up menu.
4. In the FTP Host text box, enter Your Domain That you are uploading files for.

NOTE: Port 21 is the default port for receiving FTP connections.

5. In the Host Directory text box, enter the host directory (folder) at the remote site where you store documents that are visible to the public.

NOTE: This will differ depending upon the type server your account is hosted on. Please see WHERE TO UPLOAD YOUR FILES: Below.

6. In the Login and Password text boxes, enter the login name and password. This will be the same Username and Password you use to login to your control panel. Your username and password was sento to you in the Account Setup Confirmation email when you activated your account.

7. Click Test to test your FTP host, host directory, login name, and password.

NOTE: Dreamweaver saves your password by default. Deselect the Save option if you prefer that Dreamweaver prompt you for a password each time you connect to the remote server.

– Select Use Passive FTP.

NOTE: Select Use Firewall if you connect to the remote server from behind a firewall.
Click Firewall Settings to open Dreamweaver site preferences and edit your firewall host or port.

NOTE: Do Not Select Use Secure FTP (SFTP)

Click the Server Compatibility button for more advanced options related to server connection. You should only use this button for troubleshooting purposes. It is especially useful for sites that worked in previous versions of Dreamweaver, but for some reason no longer work in the current version.
ADDITIONAL:
– Select Maintain Synchronization Information if you want to automatically synchronize your local and remote files. (This option is selected by default.)
– Select Automatically Upload Files to Server on Save if you want Dreamweaver to upload your file to your remote site when you save the file.
– Select Enable File Check In and Check Out if you want to activate the Check In/Out system.
– Click OK.

 

WHERE TO UPLOAD YOUR FILES: Where you upload your files to depends on which type server you are hosted on. If you do not know which type server your website is hosted on Please see “What Type Server Is My Web Hosting On?” Below.

NOTE: If you just recently activated your Web Hosting Account with us then Your Server Type will be “cPanel”

Plesk Servers: set your Default Directory to /httpdocs

CPanel Servers: set your Default Directory to /public_html

 

What Type Server Is My Website Hosted On?

The easiest way to know what type server your Web Site is Hosted on is by How you Access the Control Panel.

Plesk Servers: Control Panel Access: https://Your_Domain.com:8443 (Where Your_Domain.com is your Actual Domain Name).

CPanel Servers: Control Panel Access: http://Your_Domain.com:2082 (Where Your_Domain.com is your Actual Domain Name).

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