Hi, Can you please help? I am using Dreamweaver MX and have set-up a couple of sites as a hobby, however I am now presented with the following error "No site defined" when trying to update a site. This message is present for all the existing sites. I have tried to contact Adobe, however they are not able to assist as they only currently support CS3. Thank you very much.
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Re: no site defined
Have you checked to make sure that the pop3 servers were correct to your website ftp servers? also an easier way to upload is once you save all your files, go to internet explorer and you can type in ftp://yourwebsitename it will then promt you to login to your server once done you can upload to the ftp.
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Dreamweaver is just software to build a web page/site. If you want your web page/site to show Welsh characters, you have to code the characters. A list of HTML codes for different characters can be found here: http://www.ascii.cl/htmlcodes.htm Using the Split or Code views, you can type in the HTML code for any character and it will display the character on a web page.
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try the 'insert' menu. it's been a while since i used this. think its under there. also, you can use the character map in windows. go to start > programs > accessories > system tools > character map. select the character you want with your cursor, the html code is written in the box.
My first reaction is why you want to use MX? Now that adobe have taken over Macromedia the new version of Dreamweaver is mark ably better by light years than MX. MX does not handle CSS half as well plus Adobe have linked all the apps such as Fireworks, Photoshop and flash to work with Dreamweaver. Adobe do not really support MX anymore so your best bet of getting MX is to search the P to P sites.
I made a tutorial that shows how to fix it here: http://www.funkytower.com/2008/09/22/dreamweaver-mx-and-vista-fix-insert-tables-best-fix/
I've written a few on this before, but this seems to be the best fix. You more than likely won't get an answer because there are still alot of people using XP and they don't have this issue.
The fix is basically this: going to the program root folder and finding and modifying the function for inserting a table (which is either or both c:\program files\macromedia\dreamweaver mx\configuration\objects\common and/or c:\users\your user name\appdata\macromedia\dreamweaver mx\configuration\objects\common) This file happens to be a simple html file, so it's easy to tweak.
The tutorial's URL I gave above will give you all the details.
Macromedia Dreamweaver for the first time, or on a new site for the first time, you need to define the Web site so that Dreamweaver can work with it. This process includes naming the site, placing the local files on a directory on your hard drive, and showing Dreamweaver where those files will be published on the Web. Follow these easy instructions to define a new Web site for Dreamweaver .
First, you should go to the "Site" menu and choose "Manage Sites".
As you can see from the image below, this will open a dialog window. Choose "New Site" from the "New" button.
Open Dreamweaver and Start the Site Definition Wizard Name Your Site
Using Server Technologies on Your Dreamweaver Site Where Should You Edit Your Dreamweaver Site Files Defining Access to Your Dreamweaver Site Always Test Your Connection Site Check-out and Check-in with Dreamweaver Review Your Site Definition Your Site Now Appears in the Manage Sites Window Start Editing Your Files in Dreamweaver
If you have the FTP information for the site you should be able to log in with WSFTP or something along those lines and transfer the files you are interested in getting. If you will provide me with the website name, I may be able to get the files for you as well if you have any problems.