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Chapter 18. Site Publishing and Maintena... > Keeping Local and Remote Sites Synch...

Keeping Local and Remote Sites Synchronized

During your life as a web designer/programmer, you are sure to spend a late night or two trying to get a project done on time. It is possible that as the sun is rising and you are working away furiously, you might lose track of whether you have uploaded the most recent version of a document to the remote site. How can you keep track of the most recent files and whether they have been placed on the remote site? Dreamweaver offers two ways to do this: manually and automatically. The next section covers the old-fashioned manual method. Then the discussion turns to the powerful Synchronize command, which enables you to do this automatically.

Select Newer Local/Remote Files

You can use the Select Newer Local command or the Select Newer Remote command to manually synchronize your sites. This function compares the modified date on the local machine for each file with the modified date on the remote server for each file.


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