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Printable File List from Dreamweaver

Community Beginner ,
May 22, 2024 May 22, 2024

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Hey all.  I would like to print a list of all filenames in a specific website.  Exporting to csv or Google Sheets would work also.  Most recent Dreamweaver.

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Community Expert , May 22, 2024 May 22, 2024

As far as I have seen, there is no "print file list" in DW. I'm not sure if there ever was to be honest. It's just not something I would have ever used.

However, getting a list is pretty simple, in Windows anyway...

1. Click your desktop and hit Ctrl + N to get a new Window's File Explorer window to pop up
2. Browse to your site's root folder
3. Once there, in the location bar of the window, type "cmd" (no quotes)
4. Hit Enter. This will bring up the location of the folder in a Command Prompt
5. Type

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May 22, 2024 May 22, 2024

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As far as I have seen, there is no "print file list" in DW. I'm not sure if there ever was to be honest. It's just not something I would have ever used.

However, getting a list is pretty simple, in Windows anyway...

1. Click your desktop and hit Ctrl + N to get a new Window's File Explorer window to pop up
2. Browse to your site's root folder
3. Once there, in the location bar of the window, type "cmd" (no quotes)
4. Hit Enter. This will bring up the location of the folder in a Command Prompt
5. Type in "dir /s >FileList.txt" (no quotes). Make sure there is a space after "dir" and after "/s"
6. Hit Enter. Nothing will appear to happen aside from a duplicate of the previous line popping up within the Command Prompt. That's normal...

This will create a text file called "FilesList.txt" in your site's root folder, a list of all files and folders within your site's root. You can then open that .txt file up and print as is, or bring it into Excel, clean it up a bit, and print from there.


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May 22, 2024 May 22, 2024

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Thank you!

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May 22, 2024 May 22, 2024

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to complete what @Jon Fritz has just said, and if you wish to reproduce your entire site, I would add another command, which would be to replace line 5 with

tree /f /a > FileList.txt

This time you'll have all the files and folders contained in the target folder, but also all the files contained in each directory.
However, if you use this command on a WordPress site, the file generated will be extremely verbose, so use with care

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Thank you for the addition!

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