I need to preface this discussion with how my system is set up.
I run a Linux PC as my desktop operating system and have VirtualBox running a Windows session that I use for Dreamweaver.
All of my files are stored on a EXT4 drive. I share a permenant Auto mount folder to my Windows VM which gives me a logical path of J:\ this is my Website Folder Root Directory
So Site 1 is J:\site1 and then the associated directory structure below that.
What is happening is when I edit a web page I open and edit example J:\site1\members\Minutes\index.htm
In the navigation bar in dreamweaver it shows up as file:///J|/SITE1/MEMBERS/MINUTES/index.htm
I move the website directory to a local path and it shows up as file:///C|/Users/Mark/Documents/site1/members/Minutes/index.htm
when I save the page it stores normally in the site folder, however when I upload it to my webserver it uploads a new directory in CAPS
so http://site1.com/members/Minutes/index.htm is not update, dreamweaver creates this
When I use the local path everything works as expected
Here is an image of the Navigation bar in case I mis represent what it is called
any input on this would be appreciated
I'm guessing your J drive is configured to use all UPPER CASE folder naming conventions. Why? I don't know. Win servers are not cAsE sEnSiTiVe but Linux servers are.