in Go Live CS2 or Go Live 9 -- sites with the above mentioned web-content, web-settings, web-data folder structure.
Since there were seven versions of Go Live before this stretching back Gonet Go Live in 1996, most Go Live users -- I'm guessing 85 percent or more -- have been hung out to dry here by Adobe.
And that's just the beginning of the fun that Adobe has up it's sleeve with the Go Live Migration Tool. Yet at the same time, Dreamweaver DOES sometimes automatically make changes to the HTML code that may mangle at least some perfectly good HTML code created with Go Live. The quickest and easiest thing to do is is to leave your important Go Live Head and Body Actions as they are.
One of the most popular questions I'm asked about HTML is how to include one bit of HTML code in another Web page, without having to re-write the code every time.
Here's my library item in Dreamweaver's split screen view: Notice that Web Design is h1 strong, CSS Styling is p strong, and the list items are p.