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Defining the host server

Thread began 8/25/2018 12:04 pm by mib352930 | Last modified 8/29/2018 9:43 am by mib352930 | 1475 views | 6 replies


Defining the host server

In DREAMWEAVER CC 2018 I have defined my site both locally and on my host server.
I managed to define the Primary Connection with the localhost.
I am trying to set up the server host and here I have problems. Do I use Additional Connections or do I add another Primary Connection?
What is the host servers MYSQL server. I thought (wrongly) that it was mySQLHost. I tried the ftp address more out of hope than conviction.
Having been given a nightmare experience with DMXZone I must say that your product and service are encouraging and at least working.
I hope that you can help here.
One last thing -- do you have a forum where we can show one another sites as we develop them, get feedback?

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