Access denied. Hope you can help. Any further tip I could try? I reenter my remoter server information and click the Test button. "… connect to your webserver successfully".
Can you please check my answer below and see if any of those solutions work to resolve your DreamWeaver FTP error? - Jacob JacobIMH 9,968 Points 2013-05-14 05:33 pm EST Best An error occurred. Still experiencing it in Windows 7 Enterprise in VB 4.3.18 Gentoo in DW CS6 Last edited 16 months ago by Grumptoo (previous) (diff) comment:3 follow-up: ↓ 5 Changed 16 months ago by Mark says: Comment posted on 03/6/11 @ 6:27 am Please NOTE in the above that this blog software automatically puts "http://" in front of the web address used in FTP Host:
DW | FW | HTML | CSS | ASP | some PHP | Windows | Ubuntu mangofreak View Public Profile Find More Posts by mangofreak 05-23-2011, 04:10 PM #3 Here's what I did: Go into: Manage Sites Select Your Site Click Edit Select the Advanced Tab Select Remote Info from the list on the left. Dreamweaver doesn't want to load them. Let's start here: who is your web host?
Reply Carey says: March 19, 2012 at 9:40 am Hi Gunther, The location you have chosen for the Server Folder, being chosen as a Local/Network connection, is it on a network There is no wait time, changing the time out time did nothing. Access Denied." The issue seems to be affecting only those files you might be trying to put to/get from the root folder of your FTP server. Dreamweaver An Ftp Error Occurred Cannot Make Connection To Host Ask your ISP if you can't figure out the correct login name and password to connect to your FTP site.
Within Dreamweaver there are several settings that can be made, including clicking on the "Server Compatibility…" button where you can uncheck using FTP performance optimization if having connection problems. Downloading the program from the remote server showed all the code to be jumbled up in a single paragraph. Solution 2: Verify the root directory setting in Dreamweaver For FTP, SFTP, and FTPS/FTPeS connections, you are able to specify a root directory for each server in the Site Setup dialog It seems that the action of uploading inserts some error so the program is defective.
thanks in advanceit seems like im installing the ps3 files incorrectly into dreaweaver..any idea what is the correct approach..am i supposed to add the ps3 file to an already defined site Dreamweaver File Upload Form No Conflicts. More discussions in Dreamweaver support forum All CommunitiesDreamweaver support forum 2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 16, 2012 4:09 AM by jmt111 An FTP error occurred - cannot put [file name.htm]. The file may not exist, or there could be a permission problem.
It's so frustrating. :( Thanks, Fred Diane Vigil says: Comment posted on 10/7/09 @ 5:40 am Okay. http://www.dreamweaverclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=40392 Make sure you have proper authorization on the server and the server is properly configured./CSSFormBuilder - error occurred - Unable to create remote folder /CSSFormBuilder. Dreamweaver Not Putting Files To Server Have you tried connecting to a server with another FTP program? An Ftp Error Occurred Dreamweaver Cs6 I have rung mine host and want me to use their Zilla thing as well which I have to buy.
I have all my files in my local folder, and I have tried putting the entire site as well as putting individual files into the remote server at a time. Thanks to Adrian and Chris above! Adding the colon and the port made DW CS3 immediately connect! At any rate, the upline web host sorted it out and all is fine. File Activity Incomplete. 1 File(s) Or Folder(s) Were Not Completed.
But I could not "put" or upload a file back up to the remote site without getting the "FTP…."error. I will let you know how it goes. Under Site Manager -> Servers for your Remote server definition name: checkmark "Remote", uncheck "Testing" for your Testing server definition name : uncheck "Remote", check "Testing" With these settings, everything works Files with errors: 1 DOMAIN.COM\index.html Finished: 1/24/2011 6:23 PM The error is occurring because the directory DOMAIN.COM does not exist on the server.
Access denied. Dreamweaver Files Not Transferred Can you get files? Claudia says: Comment posted on 09/23/10 @ 12:51 pm I hadn't changed anything.
In some instances, I actually prefer the simplicity of a .cgi script to other options. Last edited 16 months ago by Grumptoo (previous) (diff) Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets. I deleted the link within the online tool, and my Dreamweaver FTP problems went away. Dreamweaver Permission Problem 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
Rizal says: Comment posted on 08/5/10 @ 10:27 am i am still having same the problem.. It's one thing to not be able to connect to the server (or not be able to upload -- perhaps your root directory specification in Dreamweaver got messed up?). Seems like it must be some router/firewall setting at the office i'm in - had absolutely nothing to do with DW! Of course, that means it just looks to see about overwriting the file with itself.
Reply jvarese says: March 19, 2012 at 6:18 pm Dennis . . . It turned out that one of the site definitions had become corrupt. This does not only occur in the rood directory but also affects sub-directories. Ftp is fine with filezilla.
Are you trying to upload via a secure connection (SFTP) that's being rejected? Open them up and check out their contents--one should contain your HTML files. The file may not exist, or there could be a permission problem. It is very peculiar (I love it) and I had to make a rule for DW to allow it to connect to and be connected from my web server.
That is certainly true for me. However, as I also use FTP software, I hardly pay attention to synchronization states. An options window called 'Extract Compressed (Zipped) Folders' will open and suggest a path and folder to extract the files to.