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Downloading from the Web Server

  • You choose the Get command to download files using Dreamweaver
  • To download files or delete files on the web server use the expand files icon within the Files panel - the last icon in this panel
  • This allows you to view both the files on your local machine and the files on the web server at the same time
  • Once you have expanded the interface, click the connect button to connect to the web server if you are not already connected (the first icon)
  • Once connected, you can view the web server files in the left column
  • It is a good idea to clean out your web server files every so often and get rid of older versions of uploaded pages that are no longer needed
  • Use this area to view files to download using the down arrow icon to Get the files from the server
  • You use this expanded view to view files on the remote server and files on your local drive at the same time

Downloading from the Web Server

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

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  • Site, Get 0:23
    • Exploring Local and Remote Sites
    • Connect
    • Downloading Files
    • Expand Icon
    • Collapse Interface