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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy Karl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf597 View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with the FTP built into Dreamweaver? It refuses to connect to my webhost and I'm fairly certain I have the login information set up correctly.
    Yes, to be frank it's junk. They still don't support TLS encrypted FTP sessions for example. We always recommend to our customers that they use a separate FTP program rather than use the built in DW one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf597 View Post
    Hi hoping someone could help me out. Just getting into the whole rookie web design world, if someone sold me a website and transferred it to my hosting account can I work on the files directly through the hosting panel or do I have to copy the files to my computer, work on them, and then upload them to the server?
    Almost all reliable hosts support online editor. Using this feature you can easily work on ur files. But there's problems like code placement, checking, image/file uploading that kill a lot of time. If u test it on ur own Pc then its the best. You can use dreamweaver/ Frontpage to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tariq1654 View Post
    Almost all reliable hosts support online editor.
    Generally these are just about the worst choice of web editor available - almost any wevb editor on your own computer will work a million times better.

    Quote Originally Posted by tariq1654 View Post
    You can use dreamweaver/ Frontpage to do so.
    MKicrosoft killed off Frontpage in 2007 because it couldn't be fixed easily to work propelry with browsers other than IE6. They replaced it with Expression Web.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaki22 View Post
    If plan to design and sell sites in the future, i'd recommend to use dreamweaver (use code mode) and photoshop for all your design works. Don't forget to backup files before making any major changes.
    I second that, and recommend using a separate FTP client.

    SeaMonkey's web page editor is called Composer.


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