Open DreamWeaver. Click on Site and choose Manage Sites.
Click the New button and choose Site.
Under the Advanced Tab, fill in the Site name and HTTP Address (your domain name). Click the Remote Info category.
Set Access Type to FTP. The host is your domain name (example: mysite.com) or the IP address of the server. Type public_html as the host directory. Also, type in your username and password and click OK at the bottom. The username will be the 8 character username you received in your sign up confirmation email.
Click Done in the Manage Sites Window.
Now open your website and click Site and choose Put.
Dreamweaver will upload your files to the server.
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