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Chapter 3. Managing Web Sites > Planning Your Web Environment

Planning Your Web Environment

For most projects, it makes perfect sense to have two FrontPage environments: a development environment where you develop and test new or updated pages, and a production environment that delivers finished pages to Web visitors. When new content is ready for world consumption, you transfer it from your development environment server to your production environment server.

Initially, your development environment could be a small collection of freestanding Web pages and associated pictures located in a folder on your hard disk. For sites consisting of more than just a few pages, however, you’ll benefit greatly from using a FrontPage-based Web site. This could be a disk-based Web site not involving a Web server, a server-based Web site that someone else administers, or a Web site on a personal Web server you administer yourself.


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