CMS WebDAV Basics | Overview | Documentation (image)

    Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is an extension of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that facilitates collaboration between users in editing and managing documents and files stored on World Wide Web servers (

    KUSoftas CMS has integrated WebDAV server. Builtin administrator has full access to site folders and files. Any other registered user can be authorized to access site files and images folders content.

    As page hypertext is stored into regular file system files you can use any professional tools for content editing via WebDAV protocol such as Adobe Dreamweaver.

    You can map site via WebDAV server as network drive to MS Windows (ex. using NetDrive 2) or other OS and use content manage and edit tools as you like (ex. Notepad++).

    KUSoftas CMS uses SabreDAV as WebDAV framework.

    Simple instruction how to map WebDAV server as network drive on Windows (optionally you can use NetDrive 2):

    • Open Start->Computer
    • Click on Map Network Drive
    • Enter WebDAV server address (URL path) in folder input field, ex. for KUSoftas demo site
    • Click "Connect using different credentials"
    • Enter user name and password (ex. demo/demo - for KUSoftas demo site) of authorized for WebDAV usage KUSoftas CMS user (builtin administrator has it by default) and clisk "OK"
    • Click "Finish". WebDAV network drive will be mapped and opend if URL and credentials are true. Enjoy.

    More detailed instructions may be found on the internet, ex. WebDAV for Windows Vista and Windows 7 Users

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