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Chapter 3. Managing Web Sites > Creating a FrontPage-Based Web Site

Creating a FrontPage-Based Web Site

Many of the most powerful features in FrontPage work not just on single Web pages, but also on all Web pages in a given set. This invites the question of what constitutes a set, and the answer is, a FrontPage-based Web site.

A FrontPage-based Web site consists of all the individual pages and folders that reside within a specially designated folder tree on your hard disk or Web server. The only exception is that no one file or folder can be a member of two Web sites. You can physically locate one site inside another, but operations on the “outer” site won’t affect the “inner” site (as they would if the “inner” site were an ordinary folder.)


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