Importing and exporting sites

Importing and exporting sites

You can export a site as an XML file that contains the site’s settings, and import the site into Dreamweaver later. This enables you to move sites between machines and product versions or to share the settings with other users.

To export your sites:

  1. Select Site > Manage sites.

    The Manage Sites dialog box appears.

  2. Select one or more sites to export, and then click the Export button.

    To select more than one sites, Control-click (Windows) or Command-click (Macintosh) each site. To select a range of sites, Shift-click the first and last site in the range.

  3. For each site you want to export, browse to a location where you want to save the site and click Save.

    If you export a site that specifies a user name and password for a remote server, Dreamweaver asks whether you want to back up your settings or if you want to share the settings with other users. If you want to share your settings with other users, select the second option and click OK. Dreamweaver does not save information that would not work for other users, such as your remote server login information and local paths.

    Dreamweaver saves each site as an XML file, with an .ste file extension, in the specified location.

  4. Click Done to close the Manage Sites dialog box.

To import sites:

  1. Select Site > Manage sites.

    The Manage Sites dialog box appears.

  2. Click the Import button.

    The Import Site dialog box appears.

  3. Browse to and select one or more sites--defined in files with an .ste file extension--to import.

    To select more than one sites, Control-click (Windows) or Command-click (Macintosh) each .ste file. To select a range of sites, Shift-click the first and last file in the range.

  4. Click Open to start importing the sites.

    After Dreamweaver imports the sites, the site names appear in the Manage Sites dialog box.

  5. Click Done to close the Manage Sites dialog box.


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