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Chapter 12. Publishing and Managing a We... > Using FrontPage Server Extensions or...

Using FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services

Before you can publish a Web site to a Web server that uses Web components, such as hit counters, you need to install FrontPage Server Extensions or Windows SharePoint Services on the Web server. See Chapter 10, “Adding Functionality to Web Pages,” for more information on Web components. Some features in FrontPage, such as Web part pages and any pages that use features on the Data menu in FrontPage 2003 require SharePoint Services 2.0 or later. These features will not work on any other type of Web server.

FrontPage 2003 doesn't come with a new version of FrontPage Server Extensions. Instead, you can use FrontPage Server Extensions 2002, which are compatible and available from Microsoft's MSDN (Microsoft Developers Network) Web site, or Windows SharePoint Services. If you plan to install Windows SharePoint Services, you don't need to install FrontPage Server Extensions.


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