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Chapter 37. Developing and Managing a We... > Creating and Managing Web Sites

Creating and Managing Web Sites

FrontPage contains all the tools you need to create, develop, publish, and maintain a Web site. You can create Web sites online connected to a Web server, offline on your local hard disk, or offline on a network drive. If you create your Web site offline, you must publish it to a Web server to make it available to users. Publishing your Web site entails copying the Web files to the Web server. After your Web site is online, you face the day-to-day challenges of managing it, and FrontPage can help you there, too.

Many of FrontPage's built-in features—searching features, hit counters, discussion groups, dynamic page components, live connections to databases, some kinds of link bars, and much more—require that your server be running FrontPage Server Extensions 2002. FrontPage Server Extensions 2002 is a subset of Office XP Server Extensions. If you don't have a server set up with FPSE or OSE, Microsoft will help you find one: Click File, Publish Web, and then click the indicated hyperlink.


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