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Troubleshooting

One of FrontPage 2000's more important web creation and management features is its use of nested subwebs (page 514). These are webs that are created inside other webs. The value of such webs is that you can assign overall permissions to an overall web, and different positions inside each of the subwebs. By doing so, you gain greater control over the subwebs.

For nested subwebs to function properly, though, you must mount them on a server with the most current server extensions, those that ship with FrontPage 2000 or that can be downloaded specifically for FrontPage 2000. Earlier versions of the extensions allowed for only one level of subwebs, those immediately below the root web (page 266) on the hierarchy. For example, you could have a web at http://www.mycompany.com, and any number of subwebs a level below that, such as http://www.mycompany.com/products. But you couldn't have http://www.mycompany.com/products/peripherals, because that's two subwebs deep.


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