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Introduction

Now that you know how to plan, build, and run a Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Web site, the only areas that remain are publishing and managing the Web site. Publishing a Web site is the process of copying all of the files that make up a Web to a predetermined destination, while managing a Web site is the process of administering the day-to-day maintenance, which includes viewing reports and creating, assigning, and performing tasks.

You can publish copies of your Web site content files, and also copies of additional FrontPage files. However, it will require the server to display pages and perform Web functions. Using Remote Site view, you can publish an entire Web site or individual files.


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