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Sharing HTML files with Creative Cloud

Mar 11, 2013 8:28 AM

Tags: #dreamweaver

Hi all,


I use Dreamweaver mostly for building mock-ups for website designs.

Now, with Adobe's Creative Cloud, I would like to share such a mockup with my clients, the same way you can share Photoshop files.

In the 'past' I used to put the HTML files (and associated images etc.) in a special folder on my website, and gave the corresponding URL to my client so they would be able to watch and click through teh mockup.


This is what I want to do with Creative Cloud, because then, my clients are also able to add comments (I think and hope).

But somehow this doesn't work. All they see is the icon for the html page, and nothing more. They cannot open the HTML page (or pages).


Am I doing something wrong, or is this feature not yet available for Creative Cloud.

  • Currently Being Moderated
    Mar 11, 2013 11:54 AM   in reply to Toon61

    Sharing Cloud files works best with images; not web sites.

    You should keep loading the client files on your own server so the client can not only see but interact with it from their browser.



    Nancy O.

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