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Part 5: Publishing and Maintaining Web S... > Publishing Your FrontPage-Based Web ...

Chapter 16. Publishing Your FrontPage-Based Web Site

Web Publishing Fundamentals433
Using Remove Site View435
Initiating the Publish Operation449
Monitoring the Publish Operations449
Optimizing Published HTML Code454
Publishing Single Files and Folders457
Publishing Web Content Through Web Folders458
Transporting a Web Site on Removable Media460
Exporting and Importing Web Packages461


At some point after you’ve developed a Microsoft FrontPage -based Web site, you’ll almost-certainly want to copy it. The most common reason is that you need to copy the Web from your development environment to a public Web server for access by the intended audience. However, there are lots of other reasons for copying Webs from place to place, including delivery to a client, a change of working environment, and precautionary backups. Some people even copy Webs to compact discs for distribution with computer books!


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