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    Posted: 31 Juil 2017 at 12:26
I am using a second test-domain to create a project.
The purpose ist, that the project can be checked by someone else on a different internet location.
When the project looks gut enough, I filezilla-transfer the project to the final Domain.
I know that I could use the local 'Export to Folder';
but in this case another person on a different location can not participate in the design process.

the content of the xml-file carries the name of the domain I am going to build and to transfer that project; the temporary test-domain. Defined automatically by OE, pending on the publishing configuration (screenshots).

Would there be a possibility, to explictely specify that parameter content (name), to be independend from auto assign?

Well, I can live with the 'Export to Folder'. So it's not really a necessity to have a separate specification.
But would be nice, safer and more comfortable to check the project online.

Edited by digizar - 31 Juil 2017 at 13:08
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If you want to organize teamwork, one of the best solutions is to put your project into a Dropbox folder shared with other participants. Like this you can work at the same time (but not at the same time on the same page)
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