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Chapter 13. Creating a Web: Templates an... > Requirements for Creating a Web

Requirements for Creating a Web

You can create a FrontPage web directly on a Web server, or you can develop it on your local hard disk and transfer it to a Web server later. Here's the difference.

To make a web available for external access, either on the Internet or in a company intranet, you must work with a computer running Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server software. Put more simply, it must be on a Web server. The server software can reside either on a remote computer accessible over the Internet or on your local computer. FrontPage 2002 lets you create webs directly on your server and edit documents across the Internet to eliminate the steps of downloading, editing, and uploading. In fact, this always has been one of FrontPage's most significant features, and the concept of remote editing (working with files directly on the remote Web server) has made its way into Office XP as well.


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