Make a New Folder inside your Root Folder
● Create a New Index Page for your new project and keep it in that new folder.
✓ Folder Management✓ Uploading ✓ Root Folders✓ Split Code View
• This tutorial is part of the Art Genres project and many others.
Step #1: Open Dreamweaver ~
✓ Open the Files panel (if it's not already open) by hitting the keyboard shortcut: Cmd(⌘)+Shift+F and Right-Click on the root folder of your site(s) …
Step #2: New Folder ~
✓ Create a New Folder …
✓ … with the name of your new project.
Step #3: Create an index Page ~
✓ Go to: File > New or hit the keyboard shortcut: Cmd(⌘)+N and choose HTML.
✓ Type something …
✓ Go to: File > Save as … and name your blank page index.htm
✓ Then click on the arrow to open the box …
✓ … and save the folder INSIDE the NEW ROOT FOLDER YOU JUST CREATED - whatever it's called.
✓ Open the Files menu by hitting F8 (you may already have Files open) and make sure your page is there.
Step #4: Another New Folder ~
✓ Now, create ANOTHER new folder under the one you just made …
✓ … and name it after your Last Project, the project you just finshed.
Step #5: Folder Management ~
✓ Now, select all your files from the previous project and put them in the new folder.
Last Step: Save and Upload your sites ~
✓ If you have a web server, click the Root Level of your sites, upload them, and attach the link to the Journal.