Finding files in your Dreamweaver site

Finding files in your Dreamweaver site

Dreamweaver makes it easy to find selected, open, checked out, or recently modified files in your site. You can also find files that are newer in your local or remote site.

To find an open file in your site:

  1. Open the file in the Document window.
  2. Select Site > Locate in Site.

Dreamweaver selects the file in the Files panel.

To locate and select checked out files in a Dreamweaver site:

  • In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner of the Files panel, then select Edit > Select Checked Out Files.

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Dreamweaver selects the files in the Files panel.

To find a selected file in your local or remote site:

  1. Select the file in the Local or Remote view of the Files panel (Window > Files).
  2. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh), then select Locate in Local Site or Locate in Local Site (depending on where you selected the file).

Dreamweaver selects the file in the Files panel.

To locate and select files that are newer in the local site than in the remote site:

  • In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner of the Files panel, then select Edit > Select Newer Local.

Dreamweaver selects the files in the Files panel.

To locate and select files that are newer in the remote site than in the local site:

  • In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner of the Files panel, then select Edit > Select Newer Remote.

Dreamweaver selects the files in the Files panel.

To find recently modified files in your site:

  1. In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner of the Files panel, and then select Edit > Select Recently Modified.

    The Select Recently Modified dialog box appears.

  2. Complete the dialog box.

    For more information, see Setting Select Recently Modified dialog box options.

  3. Click OK to save your settings.

Dreamweaver highlights the files that were modified within the selected time frame in the Files panel.

Related topics

  • Accessing sites, a server, and local drives
  • Viewing files and folders
  • Working with files in the Files panel


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