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Old January 10th, 2007, 06:18 AM
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Need help please with Dreamweaver MX 2004.

When I open the files window (F8), and after I've connected to the remote host I do not see my remote files. I've tried "refresh" and I still cannot see my remote files.
When I select any local file (unchanged since last upload to remote server) and "synchronize" it with file on the remote server, Dreamweaver tells me the file needs to be uploaded! Its not like the files on the remote server have been deleted, because I can still access and browse my website (even after emptying the cache).

Please assist. Many, many thanks.

 
Old January 11th, 2007, 02:31 AM
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Modamz,
Your remote server folder may be different and connected folder may different please verify,
Or your ftp user name password may chaged.

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Old January 11th, 2007, 05:18 AM
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Surendran,

Thank you for your help! Yes, the remote folder had changed. I don't know how! But this is what I discovered, for those who may be interested:

The remote folder that Dreamweaver has always defaulted to has been /www. (We have 3 websites, incidentally, that I maintaiin). Now, all the website files have been residing in the /www remote folder (at least for the other two non-problematic sites). Somehow, the website files for the problem site moved to the "webstats" folder. I hope I'm making sense!

In any case, thank you again. Much appreciated.






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