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Part VI: Collaboration and Optimization > Safely Collaborating and Sharing the ...

Chapter 16. Safely Collaborating and Sharing the eLearning Site

IN THIS CHAPTER

Connecting to a Remote Site

Editing Your Site Definition

Accessing the Remote Site Using FTP

Accessing the Remote Site with Local/Network Access

Accessing the Remote Site Using RDS

Transferring Your Files To and From the Remote Site

Cloaking Directories and Files

Using Get and Put

Synchronizing the Local and Remote Sites

Understanding Dreamweaver’s Check In/Out System

Turning On Check In/Out in the Site Definition

Checking Out Files

Checking In Files

Using WebDAV and Visual SourceSafe

Using WebDAV

Using Microsoft Visual SourceSafe

To share your online learning site with others, you must transfer the files from your local site to a remote site. You can use Dreamweaver’s transfer commands to accomplish this; however, most professionals use some collaboration method to guard against overwriting the other’s work. Dreamweaver has a built-in collaboration system, and it connects with some external collaboration methods, too.


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