SITE File Extension

SITE file icon
GoLive Website Project Format
  • Developer
    Adobe Systems
  • Popularity
    5 (2 votes)

What is SITE file?

SITE filename suffix is mostly used for GoLive Website Project Format files. GoLive Website Project Format specification was created by Adobe Systems. SITE files are supported by software applications available for devices running Mac OS, Windows. Files with SITE extension are categorized as Web Files files. The Web Files subset comprises 190 various file formats. The most popular program for handling SITE files is Adobe GoLive, but users can choose among 1 different programs that support this file format. On the official website of Adobe Systems Incorporated developer not only will you find detailed information about theAdobe GoLive software, but also about SITE and other supported file formats.

Programs which support SITE file extension

The following list contains programs grouped by 2 operating systems that support SITE files. SITE files can be encountered on all system platforms, including mobile, yet there is no guarantee each will properly support such files.

Programs that support SITE file

How to open file with SITE extension?

Problems with accessing SITE may be due to various reasons. What is important, all common issues related to files with SITE extension can be resolved by the users themselves. The process is quick and doesn’t involve an IT expert. The list below will guide you through the process of addressing the encountered problem.

Step 1. Get the Adobe GoLive

Problems with opening and working with SITE files are most probably having to do with no proper software compatible with SITE files being present on your machine. The solution to this problem is very simple. Download Adobe GoLive and install it on your device. The full list of programs grouped by operating systems can be found above. The safest method of downloading Adobe GoLive installed is by going to developer’s website (Adobe Systems Incorporated) and downloading the software using provided links.

Step 2. Update Adobe GoLive to the latest version

You still cannot access SITE files although Adobe GoLive is installed on your system? Make sure that the software is up to date. Sometimes software developers introduce new formats in place of that already supports along with newer versions of their applications. If you have an older version of Adobe GoLive installed, it may not support SITE format. The latest version of Adobe GoLive should support all file formats that where compatible with older versions of the software.

Step 3. Associate GoLive Website Project Format files with Adobe GoLive

If you have the latest version of Adobe GoLive installed and the problem persists, select it as the default program to be used to manage SITE on your device. The next step should pose no problems. The procedure is straightforward and largely system-independent

Change the default application in Windows

  • Right-click the SITE file and choose Open with option
  • Next, select the Choose another app option and then using More apps open the list of available applications
  • To finalize the process, select Look for another app on this PC entry and using the file explorer select the Adobe GoLive installation folder. Confirm by checking Always use this app to open SITE files box and clicking OK button.

Change the default application in Mac OS

  • By clicking right mouse button on the selected SITE file open the file menu and choose Information
  • Proceed to the Open with section. If its closed, click the title to access available options
  • Select Adobe GoLive and click Change for all...
  • A message window should appear informing that This change will be applied to all files with SITE extension. By clicking Continue you confirm your selection.

Step 4. Check the SITE for errors

If you followed the instructions form the previous steps yet the issue is still not solved, you should verify the SITE file in question. Problems with opening the file may arise due to various reasons.

1. Check the SITE file for viruses or malware

Should it happed that the SITE is infected with a virus, this may be that cause that prevents you from accessing it. Immediately scan the file using an antivirus tool or scan the whole system to ensure the whole system is safe. SITE file is infected with malware? Follow the steps suggested by your antivirus software.

2. Ensure the file with SITE extension is complete and error-free

If the SITE file was sent to you by someone else, ask this person to resend the file to you. During the copy process of the file errors may occurred rendering the file incomplete or corrupted. This could be the source of encountered problems with the file. When downloading the file with SITE extension from the internet an error may occurred resulting in incomplete file. Try downloading the file again.

3. Verify whether your account has administrative rights

Sometimes in order to access files user need to have administrative privileges. Log out of your current account and log in to an account with sufficient access privileges. Then open the GoLive Website Project Format file.

4. Make sure that the system has sufficient resources to run Adobe GoLive

If the system is under havy load, it may not be able to handle the program that you use to open files with SITE extension. In this case close the other applications.

5. Ensure that you have the latest drivers and system updates and patches installed

Up-to-date system and drivers not only makes your computer more secure, but also may solve problems with GoLive Website Project Format file. It may be the case that the SITE files work properly with updated software that addresses some system bugs.

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