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Publishing a Web Site

Publishing a Web site refers to the process of copying all of the files that make up a Web to a predetermined destination. In FrontPage, you typically publish your site for one of two reasons. The first reason is to launch the site on either a company intranet (a network limited to members of a specific group, usually a business) or on the World Wide Web. The second reason is to back up the site on either your computer or a network drive. Using the FrontPage Publish Web command you can publish all your Web files, only those that have been edited, or individual files. You can publish your Web files to a folder on your local or network drive, or on a Web server. When you publish a site, FrontPage maintains all the hyperlinks, as well as the original Web's theme.

Publish a Web Site

Open the Web site you want to publish.

Click the File menu‚ and then click Publish Site.

If necessary, click the Remote Web Site Properties button to connect to a Web server.

Display the folder with the local Web site.

Display the folder with the remote Web site.

Click the Local To Remote option.

Click Publish Web Site.

If a file conflict occurs, a dialog box appears, click Ignore And Continue, Overwrite Remote Files, or Cancel.


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