DW MX 2004 Importing

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Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

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Hi, Upgraded to Windows 10 and transported my 4 websites to my new computer. I created a ste file for each stored it in each "website" file and went to manage sites, imported. Everything seemed fine. Only issue is that when I got to pull up a page to edit it, the images won't download to the pic folder. When I imported I did select the correct files through the steps. What am I missing? Thanks in advance!

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

I'm going to say this the most polite way possible. Your software is 16 years out of date.  I'm surprised you could install much less use it on Win10.  But be that as it may, an outdated code editor is of no practical value to anyone because the web has changed too much.   MX 2004 cannot understand modern HTML5, CSS and JavaScript code.  And I shudder to think how uncooperative MX would be with responsive layouts like Bootstrap, CSS Flexbox & Grids.  It's too painful to think about.

 

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LEGEND ,
Jan 16, 2020 Jan 16, 2020

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Hi, in former discussions we found out, that the import of the image-pathes was faulty and was not correct processed.

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I'm going to say this the most polite way possible. Your software is 16 years out of date.  I'm surprised you could install much less use it on Win10.  But be that as it may, an outdated code editor is of no practical value to anyone because the web has changed too much.   MX 2004 cannot understand modern HTML5, CSS and JavaScript code.  And I shudder to think how uncooperative MX would be with responsive layouts like Bootstrap, CSS Flexbox & Grids.  It's too painful to think about.

 

If you're interested, Dreamweaver CC has a free 7 day trial.  But brace yourself for lots of changes.

https://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver/free-trial-download.html

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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