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Posted on 2010-11-15
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Hi,

I'm working with a website project directly over FTP.  

Please assist me on download the code to my local machine and create a website project on my local machine and import all of the code into it.

FYI, at the moment my master copy of my code appears to be the FTP version,
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Do you want to download the code once or do you want the visual studio to download the code everytime you open the project?
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Still around?
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What is more professional... Download the code once ...
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If you are going to make many changes to the web and then upload once completed then obviously download the code, make all changes (may be over days, weeks, months) and then upload. But if you want to make minor changes to the website, you can download from live server. I would suggest, especially if the site is not precompiled, to keep a local copy and only manually upload the page that you modify.
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