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Designers Corner

While you don't absolutely have to install a Web server to develop a FrontPage Web, you can likely see from this chapter that PWS 4 has a lot to recommend it if you are designing and creating webs on a Windows 9x or NT Workstation machine. You'll be able to install and use the FrontPage 2000 extensions if they are available on the target host (that is, where the Web will be when it's in actual use). Alternatively, if the target host does not run the extensions, you can remove them from the PWS and thereby make sure you don't use page elements that require these extensions.

The major drawback to the PWS is that it doesn't provide very good security, so this kind of testing will be difficult. Keep in mind that once the Web is moved to the host machine, you should test the Web's security or arrange for it to be tested if you don't have the required permissions to do so yourself.


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