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FTP Stands for File Transfer....Probably - Macromedia Dreamweaver

Having also used both, I think Dreamweaver is a better product than Frontpage mostly BUT... no product is perfect, and the FTP facility in DW is not brilliant, in my opinion. I usually FTP my stuff using WS-FTP Pro, from www.ipswitch.com. The pro version (not very expensive) allows all the same sort of synchronization that DW supposedly allows, but I don't get problems with WS-FTP. Horses for courses. Paul Taylor co.uk...

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    Having also used both, I think Dreamweaver is a better product than Frontpage mostly

    BUT... no product is perfect, and the FTP facility in DW is not brilliant, in my opinion. I usually FTP my stuff using WS-FTP Pro, from www.ipswitch.com. The pro version (not very expensive) allows all the same sort of synchronization that DW supposedly allows, but I don't get problems with WS-FTP. Horses for courses.


    Paul Taylor
    co.uk
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    Thanks Paul. I do ftp now and again but for quick fixes on the fly I prefer to use the editor [dwmx] to do so... just my style I guess. Maybe someone else out there has found a more stable way to use the dwmx file transfer.....

    Come on now ladies and Genleman step in here and let us all know.



    nixoid Guest

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    I've never had a problem, ever.
    Mick

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    Testing it now by pulling down whole site.... Got my fingers crossed. Thanks for the info and the glimmer of light on the dev end of the tunnel.

    nixoid



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