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  1. #1
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    Im still battling with my first page not coming out correctly on the server.
    Must I download it first, then edit it offline, then upload again,
    and how do I do this, as, when I connect on filezilla, the files are in the left pain, I right click, click upload,
    but when I check online the following day, nothing has changed, the page is still incorrect.


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    Senior Member Andrew Yurlov's Avatar
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    Well first make sure that you are in fact uploading. I would also suggest you use notepad++ for your editing because it can connect to a server directly from it. All you have to do is connect to server, click on the file you want to edit, edit the file, the hit ctrl + S to save it which automatically uploads the edited file back into your server.
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    Senior Member RDesignista's Avatar
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    I want to add something: you can also sync your local folder with your uploaded content. So, if you want changes, you just need to connect to your server, right click > edit your local file via Filezilla local directory browser, edit, save, and it will ask if you want to update the corresponding file on your server.

    I forget what the option to do the above is called though.

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