Using Dreamweaver on the College of Law web sites
Access to edit web most web pages is via the University's Content Management System ("CMS" - OpenText or more familiarly, "RedDot"). The College Website Coordinator can confirm if your section of the web site is in a CMS or edited manually. If edited manually outside the CMS, a web page editor such as Dreamweaver or iWeb is needed.
Edit files directly from your web site drive letter
Once you have mapped the drive, select that drive in Dreamweaver's file manager, as shown, and open files from that list.
As soon as the file is saved, it is available on your web site. To create a new web page, simply save it to the mapped drive under a new name.
Note that you cannot download .PHP scripts via netDrive, since you will get the output (HTML) of the script, not the script itself. Contact the Web Coordinator for assistance in retrieving .PHP files.