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Chapter 10. Publishing Your Web Site > Publishing a Web Site to a Local Folder

Publishing a Web Site to a Local Folder

If you have developed a FrontPage-based Web site on your local machine and you want to move the Web site files to a different location or create a copy of the Web site, it is prudent to publish the site to the new location rather than simply moving or copying the files in Windows Explorer. This guarantees that the underlying structure of the site will be updated as necessary to maintain the integrity of the links.

When you publish your Web site from FrontPage 2003, you work in the new Remote Web Site view. Remote Web Site view is similar to many FTP programs. It displays the contents of the local folder from which you are publishing, and the local or remote folder to which you are publishing. In Remote Web Site view, you select the local or remote files you want, and then simply click a button to transfer files in either direction, or to synchronize the files in the two locations. You can also access the log file created during the most recent publishing process and open your remote Web site in your default Web browser or in FrontPage.


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