This quick method of moving Dreamweaver site definitions worked well for me. We were moving Macromedia Dreamweaver MX site definitions on a PC to Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on another PC.
1) First export your site definitions for Dreamweaver MX from your registry. This will likely work for other versions. Our needed key was:
2) then we edited the resulting registry backup file with a text editor as follows:
Search and Replace
3) then we added the edited registry file to the new machine (just open with the MS Registry editor which is usually just a double click on the file) and CS5 worked fine.
This also needed a copy of the site files to be on both machines at the same locations. If that isn’t possible, I’m sure your FTP upload info will still move across and save some time. Since we had 165 websites defined this was a big time saver, but probably not worth the hack if you just manage a couple sites. Dreamweaver has a built-in site export feature but in Dreamweaver 6 it is just one site at a time.
On a recent episode of The Tech Guy (Show 865: http://twit.tv/show/the-tech-guy/865 at the 34:50 mark) Leo Laporte discusses the wide range of website costs, development time and the price he’s paying for phase one of The Tech Guy Labs website’s redesign.
Our newly built ecommerce site for Aesthetica Studios has launched. http://bit.ly/thinkaesthetica . It has a super sweet magento filling with an attractive & tasty wordpress topping.
new site ThinkAesthetica.com has launched
The Phantom Lab Website
MAD House Graphics was very please to have had the opportunity to work with Fabbros Design of Yorklyn, DE and The Phantom Laboratory, of Salem, NY on this beautiful new website. The Phantom Laboratory produces dependable, high-precision phantoms and innovative custom solutions for the medical imaging and radiation therapy fields.
Noteworthy aspects of this job: Attractive and simple flash-free slide shows throughout the site on the product pages, W3c validated html coding, modern css techniques, extensive jquery use and an apple inspired navigation/search bar. The large thumbs at the bottom of the homepage maintain the hover text even after mousing away, the document library has some beautiful collapsing lists and there is a handy Additional Products Carousel at the bottom of each product page. MHG also set up redirects for the search engines so the pagerank earned by their old site’s pages would not be lost in the transition.
It would seem, Gap has decided to revert to original logo (left) after the new one was welcomed by nearly unanimous criticism [Advertising Age article http://bit.ly/aO4yny ]