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"enoether" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I would like to use Dreamweavers's ftp capability to send my files to a
> remote server. I've read the instructions in "Dreamweaver MX 2004 - The
> Missing Manual" by David McFarland. However, the screenshots of the Files
> Panel don't look like Files Panel in my session: I don't have a row of
> buttons of File Transfer Tools. In other words, there is no toolbar for
> panel -- unless I click on the option Expand Files Panel which gives me
> Files Panel in its own separate window.
> Also, when I expand, I don't see how to get the views of the local and
> sites side-by-side.
> Thanks for any help.
Dreamweaver MX 2004
Dell XPS 400
Windowx XP Media Center
The following from Dreamweaver tech support:
About your issue, this is usually caused by wrong a type of site definition. There are two types of site definitions when your create a new one; the first one is "Site" which is the one that enables the Files Panel Tool bar to be viewed, and the other one is the "FTP/RDS Server" which disables the toolbar.
I would recommend that you create a new site definition with "Site" as the type. Please follow the link below for the walkthrough & additional information about site definitions.
How to define a site in Dreamweaver
This did the trick!