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Dreamweaver 5.5 and HTMLEditor 3.02

Thread began 6/21/2011 7:04 pm by mail405749 | Last modified 7/04/2011 12:38 am by mail405749 | 1399 views | 4 replies


I've been getting this error with Dreamweaver 5.5 when I upload files using its built in FTP.

Out of interest.

Have you tried transferring the files using another third party FTP package such as CuteFTP?

I narrowed this down to the Line Break Type setting in the Dreamweaver 5.5 preferences. It was set to Windows, and as my sites are Linux I changed it to Linux and it worked from there on although I did have to edit and save my PHP files prior to uploading. I did this by adding and removing a space and then saving the file.

I spent 2 days trying to figure out what was wrong! :-)

I 'think' its a Dreamweaver 5.5 issue (well, potentially on MAC anyway).


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