If you correctly follow the steps below, then your files will appear inside of the shared Dropbox folder that I create, and I will be able to access those files. I will do my work with the files you send, and then I will place the files back inside of the Dropbox folder for you to retrieve.IMPORTANT
: Once I send the RapidWeaver file back to you, please remove the zipped RapidWeaver project from the Dropbox folder
before you unzip it. Simply drag the zipped file to another location on your computer, such as the Desktop, before you unzip it. You never want to have an unzipped RapidWeaver project file inside of the Dropbox folder, as this can possibly cause the file to become corrupted. The RapidWeaver project file is a package of many files, and Dropbox can potentially corrupt this package of files if the project file is not zipped.
You can also use your Dropbox folder as a method of backing-up your website project, and any other files or documents as well, up to your storage limit, which is 5GB with a free account. You should already be backing-up your files to an external hard drive, but backing-up files with Dropbox will save them in a remote location. Your files will be private so long as you don't share those folders with anyone. Simply create new folders inside of the main Dropbox folder and add the files you want backed-up. Please remember to zip any RapidWeaver project files that you add there.
Finally, since you are only adding zipped RapidWeaver project files to Dropbox, your original RapidWeaver project file(s) will remain on your computer, so there is no risk of losing the file when you share it through Dropbox.
I hope that this guide has been helpful to you. Please contact me
with any questions, and I look forward to working together with you!