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Chapter 2. Creating a Web Site > Importing Web Content

Importing Web Content

When you're working on a Web site, you might want to import a page file (or even an entire folder) that was created in another Microsoft program. Or you might want to download a site that you admire from the Web so that you can analyze its structure closely before preparing your own. FrontPage makes it easy to import a file, folder, or a Web site. When you import a Web site, FrontPage uses the Import Web Site Wizard to step you through the process. The wizards helps you transfer files using FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services, WebDAV (Distributed Authoring and Versioning), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), Windows file system, and HTTP (directly from a Web site on the Internet).

Import Web Content

Open the Web site in which you want to import Web content.

Click the View menu, and then click Folder List.

Select the folder you want to import the file or folder to (if you're importing a picture, for example, target it to the Images folder).

Click the File menu‚ and then click Import.

Click Add File or Add Folder.

Click the Look In list arrow, and then select the location with the file, folder, or URL you want to import.

Click the file or folder, and then click Open to add it to the Import dialog box.

When you have selected all the files that you want to import, click OK.


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