Saving all pages to remote server (DW8)

  gibbs1984 09:18 24 Aug 06


It's not a problem as such as my site is very small, when using Dreamweaver 8 how do you save all your pages at the same time to the remote server (if it's posible). I only have about 5/6 pages but it gets annoying if I change all the pages and then have to load each one up individually.

Thanks for your help.


  harristweed 11:40 24 Aug 06

either: (or both)

In site / manage sites
remote info - advanced tab
tick automatically upload files to server on save.


again on site menu...

synchronize sidewide.

  gibbs1984 12:03 24 Aug 06


Thanks for the response, I don't want to do the upload to server on save cause I like to make lots of little changes that might not make it to the real version.

I'll have a go at the synchronize sidewide when I get home from work, does that actually save all open files to the server at the same time then ???

Thanks for the reply


  harristweed 12:53 24 Aug 06

Synchronize does not save open files to the server, it compares files in your local directory with the host directory and generates a list of 'newer' files that you can upload with one button press.

If you have open files, they are not included. You need to save open files before the synchronize operation.

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