Jsut when i thought my ftp issues were over i have struck upon another. I have configured the server to use Explicit FTP over TLS and can successfully browse, upload and delete files in client1/web1 director when logged in as client ftp account. However, now i need to be able to use in browser editing, which i believe utilises scripts (such as php) that Adobe Muse also publishes with its websites. I continue to get an error when attempting to log in using Adobe in browser editing The username and password are invalid for your FTP server. Please check them and try again. Server Message: 530 Login authentication failed My login details are exactly the same as the ones that work with this user in uploading the files from adobe muse (or filezilla) in the first place. It just doesnt work with web browser??? In Adobe FAQ's Why am I getting an error after entering my username and password? If you're sure you are using the correct credentials, other possible causes for errors while logging in are that your FTP server isn't accessible from the public Internet, or that connections are restricted by IP address. Check with your ISP to ensure that your FTP server is accessible from any address. If connections are restricted by IP address, you can allow access from the following addresses: 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124. These IPs are static and should not change in the future. What protocol does In-Browser Editing use to connect to my server? In-Browser Editing connects to your server using the same protocol used to publish your site from Muse. So, if you published using SFTP, In-Browser Editing will as well. The web editor communicates with the In-Browser Editing server via an encrypted connection. We temporarily store your credentials, in encrypted form, for up to 60 minutes or whenever your session is over. in reading FAQ's from Adobe, if i am able to publish the website then i should be able to edit it as it uses the same protocol. My thoughts are that perhaps this has something to do with php? What needs to be configured in order for a client to be able to login to their website using a browser? Ah, i have finally found what i think may be confirmation of my php concern. After publishing an update to the site from adobe muse itself (not in browser editing) i see the following error... PHP is not configured correctly on your web server. Muse forms will not work correctly unless PHP is enabled on the web server. Contact your hosting provider or website administrator about how to enable PHP support. i checked my other vestacp server...it is running php 5. perhaps this is why Adobe muse in browser editing isnt working? hmmm thats strange...when i create an info.php file and upload it to the webserver, browsing to it does not return php info. Instead i just get the actual code in the info.php file i create displayed on the screen??? I followed the perfect server setup...how is it that php isnt working? Is it not installed? now i am really confused. Also, yesterday i updated my repository and packages list. Today the packages list is completely blank and i cannot update the list (the repository was set to inactive as well). Activating the repository has not fixed this issue. What is going on with this???