Transferring files


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Transferring files

With your site design finalized, you are ready to go live. Let's take a look at the best way to accomplish that to make sure all of your files get transferred properly and WordPress works appropriately. The first task is to set up the remote server. So we'll need to open up the Site Setup dialog box, which you can do most easily by double-clicking on the site name in the Files panel. Once that opens up, we'll go into the Servers category where you'll recall we set up a testing server initially. Now we're going to add another server, so click the Add New Server option, and let's name this one remote.

This time instead of going to local/network, we'll connect using FTP. So I'm going to put in my FTP Address which is actually a sub domain that I set up for testing purposes here, and it's roux.lowerytest.com. The Port stays the same and put in my Username and Password. Make sure that you've got the Save check box selected so you won't have to reenter it ever...

Transferring files
Video duration: 6m 3s 5h 44m Intermediate Updated Oct 23, 2012

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Transferring files provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the Dreamweaver and WordPress: Core Concepts

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Web
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Dreamweaver WordPress
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