Dreamweaver zes updating site catche

02-Nov-2017 09:32

Deleting your personal configuration folder might sound like a draconian measure, but it's nothing to worry about.

If you previously installed the extension with Dreamweaver open, close Dreamweaver, reinstall the extension, and retry.I just upgraded to DW CC 2017 because 2015 started crashing everytime I tried to save. Does anyone have recommendations for a program to maintain my websites?But now when I try and open DW 2017 it starts updating the site cache, and then it crashes. My sites all run on Wordpress, and the only thing I use DW for is to tweak code in CSS files and some PHP editing. I've been reluctantly using DW for years now for coding, but it's always been a hopeless crashing pig, and now it won't even open.Earlier versions of Dreamweaver locate the personal configuration folder in a slightly different location.This is where it can be found in Dreamweaver CS3: The personal configuration folder for Dreamweaver 8 and older is in a similar location, except you should replace "Adobe" with "Macromedia" and substitute the appropriate version of Dreamweaver in the path name.

If you previously installed the extension with Dreamweaver open, close Dreamweaver, reinstall the extension, and retry.

I just upgraded to DW CC 2017 because 2015 started crashing everytime I tried to save. Does anyone have recommendations for a program to maintain my websites?

But now when I try and open DW 2017 it starts updating the site cache, and then it crashes. My sites all run on Wordpress, and the only thing I use DW for is to tweak code in CSS files and some PHP editing. I've been reluctantly using DW for years now for coding, but it's always been a hopeless crashing pig, and now it won't even open.

Earlier versions of Dreamweaver locate the personal configuration folder in a slightly different location.

This is where it can be found in Dreamweaver CS3: The personal configuration folder for Dreamweaver 8 and older is in a similar location, except you should replace "Adobe" with "Macromedia" and substitute the appropriate version of Dreamweaver in the path name.

WARNING: Do not confuse your personal configuration folder with the main configuration folder in Program Files in Windows or Applications on a Mac.