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Chapter 2. Touring the Interface > Getting to Work with Sites and Folders

Getting to Work with Sites and Folders

In FrontPage 2003, you can work with individual pages, or with collections of pages known as Web sites. The first time you start FrontPage, you’ll be in Page view. This view is intended to help you design and code individual pages. While this might be all you require if you design individual home pages, you will most likely need to begin working with FrontPage sites and folders almost immediately.

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A FrontPage Web site is a home page, its associated pages, folders and other files created in FrontPage and stored on a Web server or on a computer’s hard drive. A FrontPage Web site also contains files and folders that support FrontPage-specific functionality that allows the site to be opened, copied, edited, and administered in FrontPage. In documentation, and in this book, you may also see a FrontPage Web site referred to as a FrontPage Web or simply a web.



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