Help With Preview In Browser

Hello. I need some quick help please.
Every time I go to preview in browser, Dreamweaver asks "This
will update the file on the testing server. This might affect
others working on the file." I don't know what happened. Previously
I could go straight to the browser to view my page. But now, if I
hit yes (to continue) to preview in browser, the browser opens and
nothing is displayer. In fact, in the browser the address reads
http://ftp... Eventually it times out.
As of now, the only way to see any changes that I make is to
Put the page, which is annoying and time consuming. So, how do I
change Dreamweaver settings to just allow me to preview the page
and bypass the testing server stuff?
Thank you.

> And I have to have ftp selected as my access method
1. Are you using the real remote host as the Testing Server?
2. Do you need to use a testing server for the survey script?
Or is it a
self-contained third-party script?
3. probably cause of problem- you have entered ftp: into the
"url prefix"
line of the testing server information.
put the url address to the root level of the testing server-
in other words
if you install a local testing server if using
the real server as the testing server.
AND- if using the real server for the testing server, ENABLE
using temp
files for preview in browser, otherwise you will overwrite
the current
remote file with the page you have your fingers in!.
best- IF you do need a testing server, install one on your
Adobe Community Expert, dreamweaver

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