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Unable to PUT to FTP Server but can GET

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Sep 06, 2020

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After modifying a .php page, I PUT the page.  It appears to work, but then I look at the server directory, and the page has not be updated.  I can GET a page from the server and it updates my local drive.  I have uninstalled Dreamweaver and reinstalled it but same thing. Instead of updating the page

which is located in customcutstencil.com/public_html/quoteform4/, it creates a new directory, customcutstencil.com/quoteform4/ and places it in there.

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Unable to PUT to FTP Server but can GET

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Sep 06, 2020

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After modifying a .php page, I PUT the page.  It appears to work, but then I look at the server directory, and the page has not be updated.  I can GET a page from the server and it updates my local drive.  I have uninstalled Dreamweaver and reinstalled it but same thing. Instead of updating the page

which is located in customcutstencil.com/public_html/quoteform4/, it creates a new directory, customcutstencil.com/quoteform4/ and places it in there.

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Sep 07, 2020

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Your server's ROOT directory should never show in your local site folder.  The result would be an unwanted  duplicate on the remote server. 

 

Expand your Files Panel to display Remote and Local sites side-by-side.  They should be nearly identical except for your server's ROOT which only shows on the remote side.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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do you use a testing server. If so are you sure that the client FTP point at the remote server and not at the testing server ?

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