Q. How do I use WebDAV in Dreamweaver?
A. Before you can use Dreamweaver's built-in WebDAV client, you'll need to set up a site definition. Use the instructions linked below to set up a site definition for your site.
- Dreamweaver Creative Cloud (version 13) Site Setup Instructions (PDF)
- Dreamweaver CS5+ Site Setup Instructions Using Seawolf ID (PDF)
- Dreamweaver CS2, CS3 & CS4 Site Setup Instructions Using Seawolf ID (PDF)
Note: To acess the web server you must use Dreamweaver 8 or higher, or another supported WebDAV client that supports connections using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). See the list of supported WebDAV clients.
This video shows the process of setting up a site definition in CS4, but the process is very similar in more recent versions.