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Chapter 2. Creating a Web Site > Opening an Existing Web Site

Opening an Existing Web Site

If you need to update an existing Web site, FrontPage gives you ways to open the site. You can use the Open button list arrow on the Standard toolbar, the Recent Sites command on the File menu, and the open links on the Getting Started task pane. You can open a Web site from your local hard drive, a network drive, or a Web server using a Web address, known as a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). If you type a file name in the File Name box, FrontPage opens that file using the Windows file system. If you type a Web address, such as www.myhomepage.com, FrontPage retrieves all the files from that location just like a browser. When you open several pages at the same time, they all appear in the same window. However, if you open a new site while another site is still open, the new site opens in a new FrontPage window.

Open a Web Site from a Local Computer

Click the Open button list arrow on the Standard toolbar, and then click Open Site.

Click an icon on the Places bar to open a frequently used folder.

If necessary, click the Look In list arrow, and then select the folder location of the Web page you want to open.

Select the Web folder with the site you want to open.

Click Open.


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