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How do I edit the website after uploading?

How do I edit my website after I've uploaded it online through Cyberduck?

2 Answers

Ryan Field
Ryan Field
Courses Plus Student 21,240 Points

All you need to do is re-upload the files you've changed (along with any extra things you've added such as images) and it should update. It can take some time depending on your hosting service, though it's usually pretty immediate.

Should I edit through workspaces and just do what I did when I first created it? What about when I'm no longer using Workspaces?

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
28,109 Points

Workspaces is just a text editor. You can use pretty much any text editor to edit your website files, whether it be a locally installed text editor like Sublime Text or an IDE like Workspaces, once you have your files saved, you just upload them back to the server, in more or less the same process you used originally.