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Chapter 17. Publishing Your Web Site > Going Live: Publishing Your Web Site

Going Live: Publishing Your Web Site

When you’re finished creating content, previewing pages, and verifying hyperlinks (see Chapter 19, “Administering Web Sites”), the time comes to move your pages from your own computer to a Web server, where they can be accessed by other Web surfers. This process is called publishing your Web site. FrontPage makes it easy to publish to a server that is running the FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Team Services (an extended server, in other words), as well as FTP or WebDAV servers.

Publishing a Web to an Extended Server

If you are using a server that supports the Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Team Services, FrontPage makes the publishing process a matter of a few mouse clicks. The advantage of publishing on one of these “extended servers” is that you can create advanced features, such as feedback forms and discussion Webs, and also take advantage of the collaboration tools on a SharePoint site. You first need to set up the properties of the extended server that will host your Web site:


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