Try the following configuration options to see if they resolve your connection issues. Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Jan25 Dreamweaver Losing FTP Username and Password Posted under Dreamweaver by ifoundafix The other day while browsing the Internet I Found A Fix for a Apparently I accidentally clicked on this icon somehow and whenever I was trying to "put" a file, it was trying to connect to the old testing server (which is no longer Oh, also I've worked in networking in lots of capacities including running Comcast's network operations center alone for 12 hour shifts on Saturday nights. this content
Most secure FTP servers are never configured to allow that. LOL!! If this option is already selected, try deselecting it to see if it clears up your FTP connection issues. Your server path for Dreamweaver might be: Root Directory: / Web URL: http://yoursite.com/home/content/x/y/z/html/ -or- http://yoursite.com/home/content/x/y/z/somenumbers/html/" Why only the "…x/y/z/…" is in the path and the "444" is not from the hypothetical
Any further tip I could try? I'm curious if it's a server issue, as I've tried connecting from a different FTP program with no luck as well (although it still works occasionally more often than DW does); I was entering the site as ftp://mydomain.com I changed it to mydomain.com:21 and that fixed it. An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs5 I am wondering if your new designers had changed the file permissions on the site … such that you can't overwrite anything on the server.
You will NOT get any reply!!!FTP connection problems? Decrypt Dreamweaver Password There is another possible idea, but I haven't encountered it with PowWeb (yet). Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 04/16/10 @ 1:08 am Cool. Another important note: If you have problems uploading a folder's content make sure you change the folder's permissions to 755 or 777.
Can someone please tell me what is going on here. http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/cant-connect-to-ftp-your-login-or-password-is-incorrect.959764/ So just select in the drop-down, either "Remote view" or "Testing server", then select "Local view". Dreamweaver Ftp Error User Limit Reached Let's render the FTP connectivity for DreamWeaver exactly as it is for other programs. Dreamweaver Ftp Error Occurred Cannot Make Connection To Host Mark says: Comment posted on 03/6/11 @ 6:24 am This has been a HUGE help!
Any ideas please? news Murray's solution ("Create two sites") is a good one, although it seems slightly complex -- however, it does seem to acknowledge that there's a problem with the testing server/remote server scenario. But, anyway … :) Julie says: Comment posted on 02/20/13 @ 1:42 pm Ive got the same problem as everyone else. It once worked; now it doesn't; what changed? An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs6
The result is that this time at least DW is tryed to connect (which instantly gave me hopes..lol) but then gives me a dialog box for "FTP error occurred". My local site files are still in "thehrprofessionalsgroup" directory, but it has been moved to reside under the XAMPP (htdocs) directory, as required by xampp. Within the last 3 days, it's gone to hell; and nothing will connect - I get the "failed to connect to server" or "server unavailable/not accepting new connections" and occasionally the have a peek at these guys You can also try a newly installed version of CoreFTP to see if that helps.
Let's start here: who is your web host? An Ftp Error Occurred - Cannot Make Connection To Host Find More Posts by YvetteKuhns 3-30-10, 03:23 PM #4 Dave_M Registered Join Date: Mar 2010 Location: Denver Posts: 8 Reputation: 8 I did create another ftp user and password Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...
IanS View Public Profile Find More Posts by IanS 3-31-10, 09:00 AM #10 tpoynton Custom User Title Join Date: Sep 2004 Location: Mass Posts: 2,174 Reputation: 293 the Why would I when D/W has been perfect. Thanks again for your ideas. Local Firewall Blocking Ftp Data Dreamweaver Its like it doesn't even try, just errors immediately.
How do I change this? It might be a server setting. Glad it helped. check my blog Find More Posts by YvetteKuhns 10-4-10, 06:49 PM #21 rrbravo Registered Join Date: Oct 2010 Location: Austin Posts: 2 Reputation: 9 I have had the exact same problem where
I'd look further into that. Once I know the hosting provider and particulars of the FTP server that you're trying to connect to, along with the version of Dreamweaver and FTP settings you have, it should Comment #19 was for GoDaddy hosting. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3.
What could possibly be causing it to connect to the testing server to upload files? You may be blocked by IP and they can remove that. Good luck! __________________ Yvette Kuhns Power Pages Web Design Customized Internet Advertising Solutions YvetteKuhns View Public Profile Visit YvetteKuhns's homepage! Some sites keep the info, and some do not.
Seems like it must be some router/firewall setting at the office i'm in - had absolutely nothing to do with DW! If you are not sure whether your server is running SFTP, check with your web hosting service provider. Dreamweaver wont connect to my remote server, even though I have no problem connecting with Filezilla and can 'put' files without any issues. UNCHECK the box "Use FTP performance optimizaiton" This should allow your DW MX2004 to connect to your GoDaddy web host - provided you have allowed DW to do so via any
If it does, then you are making the connection, otherwise your entering the wrong address or something is blocking it.Make sure the address you enter is the ftp address. If you can't figure out where it's saving Site definitions (like you can choose the location it uses to save Site definitions), then I would start a new Site definition and Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Display Modes 06-28-2010, 05:21 PM #1 AnrBjötk Join Date: Jun 2010 Posts: 8 An FTP error occurred - cannot