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Part: IV Publishing Your Web > Web Servers and Hosting

Chapter 20. Web Servers and Hosting

In this chapter

  • Choosing Web hosting services

  • Using hosting servers with Windows SharePoint Services

  • Using FrontPage Server Extensions

Although you can develop a Web site using FrontPage without having access to a Web server, viewing pages directly from files on your hard disk, eventually you will want to publish your site to make it available to the world. Deciding how and where to publish your Web site is almost as important as deciding what to put on the pages. To make your site available on the Internet, you need to place the files that comprise your site on a Web server, called a host, on the Internet. You might already have a Web hosting provider—for example, a server on your company's intranet. In most cases, however, you have to find a Web hosting provider, purchase space on the provider's Web server, and register a domain, or address, for the site to enable others to find it.


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