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Chapter 1. Introduction to Sitespring > A Case for Sitespring

A Case for Sitespring

Now that you've been reminded of the nasty things that crop up in your job from time to time, let's talk about what Sitespring is and how it can help you overcome these problems. To begin with, Sitespring is a Web-based application. To get the Sitespring server running, your network administrator installs the software on your production server (the machine that hosts the Web sites in development). Then you access Sitespring using a Web browser either within your company network or—depending on how your network administrator has set things up—from any browser connected to the Web (Figure 1.7).

Figure 1.7. You access the Sitespring application from within a Web browser.



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