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How do I find my website on Cloud Dreamweaver

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My website [removed by moderator] was created using an earlier version of Dreamweaver.

I am told I now have to use Cloud Dreamweaver, which I have installed.

How do I now find my previous pages from the remote site on Cloud Dreamweaver?

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Margaret

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How do I find my website on Cloud Dreamweaver

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My website [removed by moderator] was created using an earlier version of Dreamweaver.

I am told I now have to use Cloud Dreamweaver, which I have installed.

How do I now find my previous pages from the remote site on Cloud Dreamweaver?

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Margaret

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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The Creative Cloud is just a new version.  If you need to access your site, you can define a site in Dreamweaver, but to access the remote content you will need to contact your host for FTP information first so that you have access to the server.

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There are a couple ways to do this.

If you still have the old version...


1. Open it and go to Site > Manage Sites
2. Click the site and choose Export to create a .ste file
3. Close the old version and open the new
4. Go to Site > Manage Sites > Import to bring in the .ste file

If you don't have the old version, but do have your local files...


1. Open DW and go to Site > New...

2. For the "Local Site Folder", browse to your site's folder on your local machine
3. Under the Server tab, add your FTP credentials for the remote server, test the connection (don't forget the server root folder)
4. Save the site and the Files window should populate with all of your info


If you don't have the old version and don't have the files on your local machine...

1. Open DW and go to Site > New
2. Give the site a name and create a folder where you want to store your local files
3. Add your FTP information under Servers
4. When done, you will have an empty Files window, click the Get icon (down arrow)
5. DW will ask if you want to "Get the entire site" click yes to download your entire site to your local drive again

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Brilliant  Jon.

Most helpful.  I'lll see what I can do following your instructions.

Best regards,

Margaret

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