How to Add Remote Servers on Adobe Dreamweaver CS6


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Adding remote servers

At some point you're going to need to upload your finished files to your Web server in order to get your site online. Although you could use a standalone FTP client to do this, Dreamweaver has built-in FTP capabilities that will handle uploading and downloading your site for you. In order to take advantage of them however, you'll first need to setup a remote server. So I'm going to work with the same site definition that I had in the previous movie which is the 02_04 folder. We won't be transferring any files in this particular movie. So any site definition will do.

I'm just going to go over to the Files Panel and find the site that we're currently working on, DWCS6 Essential Training, and I'm just going to double-click on that, so it will open up a Site Setup dialog box. You can also find this by going up to Site>Manage Sites, selecting this site and then clicking the Edit button. After hearing me describe that, you know why I double-click the menu, much...

Adding remote servers
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Adding remote servers provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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