I also tried deleting my cookies, cache, and history and still didn't work.
This will force your browser to reload and refresh all the resources related to the website's page.
Aaargh - I feel like I've been thrust cruelly to the dark ages.
it comes up at the top...cmsrenovations.com/cmsrenovations_aboutus.html). I renamed them all to just about_us or Photo_gallery (so cmsrenovations doesnt come up twice in the browser window). Images\- error occurred - An FTP error occurred - cannot put The file may not exist, or there could be a permission problem. Now just because I want to change the name of my pages and inserted a few new photos, it won't update at all and keeps giving me error messages.
It has been days I have been working at this and nothing. I had no problem setting up the FTP and uploaded all pages to remote server. I need to update some pages (like photos in photo gallery), and also when I named my pages they were too long (for ex. Images\- error occurred - An FTP error occurred - cannot put The file may not exist, or there could be a permission problem. Files with errors: 4 Images\Images\janpatio2Images\Images\Finished: 6/16/2009 PM" Not sure why. I know they are correct since I already have a working website up using the same info (I never changed any of it).
Thus only information for setting up your site(s) for publishing is included here.
To get set up for publishing with Dreamweaver, you need to create a local site.
I had a quick look at their dedicated forum, but I can't really find a tutorial where they make a simple application from begin to end.
Most of them are how to implement certain modules Does anyone have any experience with Coldbox and do know of any good tutorials where they use an example Application. Whenever you modify the design of your template, whether to add new things, remove elements or modify the page in other ways, the web editor will automatically, with your permission, update all the pages on your site to that new design.This makes the arduous task of changing the design of a site extremely simple, since Dreamweaver does all the tedious work.This chapter deals with how you can use that template system to manage your site.By the end of this chapter, you will have accomplished the following: Note that if you have not been following this tutorial series, you may find this chapter a bit bewildering, since the information and skills presented here are built upon things taught in the earlier parts.I have edited a template, and DW makes a show of updating pages using it (so it knows which ones they are), but fails to actually update them.