How To Use Adobe Dreamweaver



Adobe Dreamweaver is a software program for designing web pages, essentially a more fully featured HTML web and programming editor. ... The many features of Dreamweaver make it a versatile web editing tool, where it be for creating complex or very simples sites.


Adobe Dreamweaver

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  1. IMPORTANT! You only need to do this once.
  2. Open Adobe Dreamweaver.
  3. On the top menu, open Site > Manage Sites > New Site.
  4. On the "Site" tab, enter the values below:
    Site Name: "BrandShare Media Network"
    Local Site Folder: Click on the folder icon, and create a folder. Rename this folder to "BrandShare Media Network". Click "Choose".
  5. On the "Server" tab, click on the "+" button. Enter the values below:
    Server Name: "BrandShare Media Network"
    Connect using: "FTP"
    FTP Address: ""
    Username: "brandshare"
    Password: "Brand360!"
    Root Directory: Keep this blank.
    Web URL: ""
  6. Click the "Test" button to make sure it's working. If it isn't, check the values on Step 5.
  7. Once the test is complete, click "Save".
  8. Click "Done".
  9. On the top menu, select Window > Workspace Layout > Developer.
  10. Look for the "Files" tab. Click on the "Local view" dropdown menu and select "Remote server".
    IMPORTANT! This is the live site. Do not modify or delete anything from here.
  11. Click the arrow next to the folder named "/" to show the rest of the folders inside the live site.
  12. Right click on the "brands" folder and click "Get".
    This folder contains the files for the Typeform Surveys.
  13. Click "Okay" once it finishes downloading a copy of the live site to your local computer.
  14. Click on the "Remote server" dropdown menu and select "Local view". A folder called "brands" should appear now. Click the arrow next to the "brands" folder to reveal its contents.
    NOTE: This is your local copy. Any changes you make here will not affect the live site until you upload the files back.
  15. Your Adobe Dreamweaver is now set up.