Site not updating dreamweaver
What if you have been asked to update a website and you do not have the username and password?
Then you need to contact the company that is hosting the site and/or the administrative contact.
You probably ask your neighbors, but you might just fire up your favorite search engine and find one. Or you want a book or clothing item not easily available in stores near you.
Or you can't remember who directed one of your favorite movies. This all means that if you have a business, you need to have an online presence so that new and old customers can find you easily.
In the past I always created multiple folders for each language one but there are for sure, other ways to approach this!
Some time ago, someone mentioned Coldbox, and how easy it was to implement such functionalities.
Also the name servers will usually tell you who the hosting company is.
For example, if you look up you will see that the name servers are: Web documents are usually written in HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and are shown with the icon for your browser in "My Computer" or Windows "Explorer." The file type is either ".html" or ".htm" or sometimes just indicated as "web document." Dynamic documents, ones that contain programming so that they display different information depending on context, can be other types such as ".asp" or ".php".
Dreamweaver is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems in the United States and/or other countries.
Sometimes one of the contacts will be at the hosting company.
Typically the hosting company can only send the password to one of those contacts so if none of them are current you will have to prove that this is your site.
This document has been created for the use of my clients to maintain the sites I have built for them.
It does not claim to be anything other than a minimum introduction to my own preferred tools for website maintenance and a utilitarian introduction to HTML.