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Hour 4. Publishing Your HTML Pages > Putting Web Pages on an Intranet

Putting Web Pages on an Intranet

The outlined procedure for sending pages to a public Internet server is fairly standard, but the internal workings of private corporate intranets vary considerably from company to company. In some cases, you may need to use an FTP program to send files to an intranet server. In others, you may be able to transfer files by using the same file management program you use on your own computer. You may also need to adjust permission settings or make special allowances for the firewall that insulates a private intranet from the public Internet.

About all I can tell you here in this book about putting files on your company's intranet is to consult with your systems administrator. He or she can help you put your Web pages on the company server in a way that best ensures their accessibility and security.


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