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Mac book crashed and lost site connections in dreamweaver, to all my sites. Where are they?

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May 03, 2020

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Does anyone know how to connect a folder to an existing server connection? My computer crashed and the sites I work on in Dreamweaver are only available by clicking the individual files in their respective folders. When I select "Select from Site," it has been cleared out. I can see all my credentials are in "manage sites" but don't know how to connect them. Thanks for any help. 

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Mac book crashed and lost site connections in dreamweaver, to all my sites. Where are they?

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Does anyone know how to connect a folder to an existing server connection? My computer crashed and the sites I work on in Dreamweaver are only available by clicking the individual files in their respective folders. When I select "Select from Site," it has been cleared out. I can see all my credentials are in "manage sites" but don't know how to connect them. Thanks for any help. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Did you previously export your site definition settings to STE files and store them someplace safe?

If yes, you can import them from Site > Manage Sites panel.

 

If you don't have STE backups, create a new site definition from Site > New Site.

Tell DW where your site folder resides on your primary hard drive.  Under the Servers tab, enter your remote server's log-in credentials and root directory.  If unsure, contact your web host.

 

Post back if you have questions.

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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Were you using Time Machine on your Macbook?  If so, you should be able to just restore the files.  If you don't want to do a full restore, look for your user library --> Application Support --> Adobe --> Common --> {Version} --> Sites --> Site Prefs  and restore it there.

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