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Chapter 48. FrontPage Essentials > Creating and Managing Web Sites

Creating and Managing Web Sites

FrontPage 2000 contains a number of key features that you will find useful when developing and managing complex Web sites. Following is an overview of those features, with pointers to more in-depth information in later chapters of this book.

Web Site Internals

FrontPage 2000 enables you to create Web sites in any folder, without connecting to a Web server. For example, you can create a Web site on a local drive, and later, when the site is ready, publish it to a Web server. This makes it much easier to create Web sites, because you do not have to install and run a Web server on your local system. Unfortunately, some of the dynamic FrontPage components do not work without a Web server, such as the search engine or form processing to databases and email recipients.


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