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Follow these step-by-step instructions for editing a standard website using Dreamweaver.
Appropriate WebDAV access will be required in order to successfully complete these instructions.
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Setting up your site in Adobe Dreamweaver CC
- Open Dreamweaver.
- Select Site then Manage Sites.
- Click the New Site button.
- Enter the name of your website in to the Site Name field.
- Select where you would like to store the website on your computer when editing. Using the default location is okay.
- On the left panel, select the Servers category.
- Click the Add New Server button. (It looks like a +).
- Enter the following settings:
- Server Name: Missouri State
- Connecting using: WebDAV
- URL: your site's WebDAV address, such as https://webdav.missouristate.edu/people.missouristate.edu/boomerbear
- Username: your BearPass login with domain, such as bb1@sgf
- Password: your BearPass password
- Web URL: your website address, such as https://people.missouristate.edu/boomerbear/
- After you've entered your setting, click the Test button to ensure the connection works.
- Click the Save button to save the settings. Then click the Done button to close the window.
Uploading your files to Missouri State servers
Once you set up a connection, you can use Dreamweaver to upload files to your website.
- In the panels on the right side of the screen, select the Files panel.
- From the first drop-down menu, select the site you wish to upload. This is the Site Name that you created during the setup process.
- From the second dropdown menu, select Local view. This allows you to view and upload the site files that you saved locally on your computer.
- Click the up arrow. When you hover over the up arrow, it says: Put file(s) to “Remote Server”, which is the site hosted on Missouri State's servers.
- Wait until the files finish to upload. A dialog box appears showing the progress.
- From the second dropdown menu, select Remote server to verify that your files are on the server.