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5/25/10 2:49 PM Dreamweaver Page 1 of 8 http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~trinagre/itp104/lectures/Dreamweaver.html Dreamweaver New / Manage Site Creating Main Page (index.html) Working in Dreamweaver Title Navigation Bar Creating Other HTML Files Testing Your Pages Image Maps Timelines - only for Adobe CS3 New / Manage Site You can use Dreamweaver to manage your site by downloading your files from your webspace on aludra to your local computer, edit your site, and then upload the files back to aludra. To do this, you first need to create a new site. From the top menu, click on Site New Site... options. (You can edit your site definition by clicking on Site Manage Sites... options.) On the first page of the Site Definition window entitled Editing Files : In the name textfield, enter a name for your site such as your lastname or your userid . Do not put spaces in the name. In the HTTP Address textfield, enter http://www- scf.usc.edu/~ userid /itp104/project where the userid is your USC userid. Click the Next button. On the second page entitled Editing Files, Part 2 : For the server technology question, make sure No is selected. Click the Next button. On the third page entitled Editing Files, Part 3 : For the development question, make sure Edit copies on my machine ... (recommended) is selected. Click the folder icon to select the folder that contains the files (or will be used to store the files) on your local computer. If you are using a class Dell laptop, then your files could be in C:\Documents and Settings\itp\My Documents\itp104\project. If you are using a class Mac laptop, then your files could be in /Users/itp/Documents/itp104/project. If you are using eLab, then your files could be in
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5/25/10 2:49 PM Dreamweaver Page 2 of 8 http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~trinagre/itp104/lectures/Dreamweaver.html C:\Users\ userid \Desktop\itp104\project. If you are using your own computer, then select the folder where you are keeping the files for your final project. Click the Next button. On the fourth page entitled Sharing Files : For the connect to your remote server pulldown, select FTP . In the hostname textfield, enter aludra.usc.edu . In the folder on the server textfield, enter public_html/itp104/project . In the FTP login textfield, enter your userid . In the FTP password textfield, enter your password . You may also leave it blank, and it will ask you for your password when you try to connect.
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