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Do you still need to keep a current subscription of Dreamweaver CS6, when you upload the website to a server host?  Or can you upload the website and then later ask for a refunded subscription?

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Do you still need to keep a current subscription of Dreamweaver CS6, when you upload the website to a server host? 

CS6 is legacy software that is not part of the Creative Cloud subscription plan.  Adobe removed CS6 and legacy CC versions from the desktop app in May this year.  If you have Creative Suite on a perpetual license, you don't need a subscription to Creative Cloud to use it.  However if you only have a Creative Cloud subscription, you need to keep paying to use it.

So which version of DW do you have?  You'll find it under the Help menu > About Dreamweaver.

If you no longer have access to the software, you can check your account's status by logging-in at the link below.

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Website Upload

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Do you still need to keep a current subscription of Dreamweaver CS6, when you upload the website to a server host?  Or can you upload the website and then later ask for a refunded subscription?

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

katieh50805993  wrote

Do you still need to keep a current subscription of Dreamweaver CS6, when you upload the website to a server host? 

CS6 is legacy software that is not part of the Creative Cloud subscription plan.  Adobe removed CS6 and legacy CC versions from the desktop app in May this year.  If you have Creative Suite on a perpetual license, you don't need a subscription to Creative Cloud to use it.  However if you only have a Creative Cloud subscription, you need to keep paying to use it.

So which version of DW do you have?  You'll find it under the Help menu > About Dreamweaver.

If you no longer have access to the software, you can check your account's status by logging-in at the link below.

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You can upload the website with any FTP client you do NOT dreamweaver to do that. Filezilla is a popular free ftp client

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katieh50805993  wrote

Do you still need to keep a current subscription of Dreamweaver CS6, when you upload the website to a server host? 

CS6 is legacy software that is not part of the Creative Cloud subscription plan.  Adobe removed CS6 and legacy CC versions from the desktop app in May this year.  If you have Creative Suite on a perpetual license, you don't need a subscription to Creative Cloud to use it.  However if you only have a Creative Cloud subscription, you need to keep paying to use it.

So which version of DW do you have?  You'll find it under the Help menu > About Dreamweaver.

If you no longer have access to the software, you can check your account's status by logging-in at the link below.

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You can use cyberduck better I think! I know Filezilla is a popular free ftp client but there are plenty more out there! If you use coda you can also upload directly.

 

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