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WebDAV is an abbreviation of Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning. It is used to publish and manage files and directories on a remote server. It also enables users to perform these functions on a website.
WebDAV provides the following features:
This feature prevents two or more collaborators from overwriting shared files.
WebDAV supports the "copy" and "move" actions and the creation of collections (file system directories).
This function enables copying and moving webpages within a server's namespace.
With WebDAV, you can manage content efficiently with the following actions:
Copy/paste content on your device and have those changes reflected in a host-based website.
Manipulate actions on a website easily, quickly and flexibly without accessing it directly with web-browsers. Files can be accessed from anywhere and are stored as in local directories.
Easily and quickly upload content to a website simply by copying it into the appropriate directory.