Ok, so you've developed your website in DreamWeaver (CS3).
Now, you want to upload your page(s) to x10hosting.
Here are the steps that worked for me:
In DreamWeaver, find "Site" on the menu bar (at the top)
and click on the menu entry "Manage Sites."
Now, click the "Edit" button.
1. Editing Files
When the "Site Definition" dialog pops up, enter your
desired site name in the top box:
and then enter your URL in the bottom box:
Click the "Next" button.
2. Editing Files, Part 2
Now, choose whether you want server technology
(I chose "No") and click the "Next" button.
3. Editing Files, Part 3
Here, I selected "Edit local copies" and put
"C:\MyWebSite" in the second box.
When you're done here, click the "Next" button.
4. Sharing Files
Ok, we're finally at the FTP info page.
In the top box, choose "FTP" from the dropdown menu:
In the second box, enter your hostname:
In the third box, enter the location for the webpages:
In the fourth box, enter your x10hosting username:
In the fifth box, enter your password:
and make sure the "Save" checkbox is checked.
Next, I left the Secure FTP checkbox unchecked.
Now, click the "Test Connection" button.
A dialog should pop up saying:
"Adobe DreamWeaver CS3 connected to your webserver successfully."
If an error dialog pops up, check the entries on this
page carefully (hostname, folder, username, password)
and try again.
Check other forum entries to see if this information has been updated.
You can also look at DreamWeaver video documentation:
If you were successful, click the "OK" and "Next" button(s).
5. Sharing Files, part 2
Here, I selected "No, do not enable check in and check out."
Click the "Next" button.
Verify your information and click the "Done" button.
(A informational dialog may pop up concerning the cache. Click "OK.")
Finally, click the "Done" button on the Manage Sites dialog.
7. Publish your pages
Find "Site" again on the menu bar and select "Put"
and follow the prompts!
If you need additional info on this step, DreamWeaver has a helpful video:
In your favorite browser, enter your URL in the address
bar to visit your webpage. In DreamWeaver, Edit (make
some visible change) on your webpage, publish again and
reload your page. If you see the change, you're all set!
If you get an error like "No DNS for www.mysite.com" or
"Domain not found", it probably means that your domain name
has not yet propagated (you just signed up). It takes time
for a new domain name to be recognized (1 or 2 days)
so you have to wait...