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Using Remote Site View

The Remote Site view allows you to compare the content of the current local Web site and a target remote Web site. Typically, the local Web site contains the development version of a site and the remote Web site on a Web server contains the “live” site on the Internet. Using Remote Site view, you can publish an entire Web site or individual files. If you display Remote Site view for a site you have not published, a blank window appears with the message Click “Remote Web Site Properties...” to setup a remote site. You can publish your files to a Web site with FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Team Services, WebDAV (Distributed Authoring and Versioning), FTP (File Transfer Protocol), or Windows file system.

Specify the Remote Web Site Location

Open the Web site you want to publish, click the View menu‚ and then click Remote Web Site.

Click the Remote Web Site Properties button.

Click the Remote Web Site tab.

Click the option with the remote Web server type in which you want to publish your files.

  • FrontPage or SharePoint Services. The site is running FrontPage Server Extensions or Windows SharePoint Services; use http://URL.

  • WebDAV. The site supports WebDAV; use http://URL.

  • FTP. The site supports FTP; use ftp://URL.

  • File System. The site resides on a local or network drive; use C:\MyWeb or \\Server\MyWeb.

Type the remote Web site location or use Browse to select it.

Click OK.


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