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Part IV: Managing and Publishing Web Sites > Checking and Publishing Web Sites

Chapter 16. Checking and Publishing Web Sites

Two crucial steps remain before you actually copy your local files over to a Web server. First, use FrontPage to analyze if any pages have problems, such as broken hyperlinks or slow-to-download files. Second, look at every page with a Web browser to check its general appearance.

When you’re ready to publish, you’ll need to have an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or Web Presence Provider (WPP) lined up to host your site, unless you’re copying the files to an inhouse intranet. Your ISP’s Web server does not need the FrontPage Server Extensions for your Web site’s essential features to work properly. However, some of FrontPage’s advanced bells and whistles will not be available unless the extensions are installed on the server. If your ISP still is using the FrontPage 2000-vintage extensions, your FrontPage 2002-generated pages will work fine, except for server-based features added since the 2000 version, such as Top Ten lists.


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