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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office FrontPage® 2003 by Kate J. Chase, Jennifer Ackerman Kettell

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Configuring the Publishing Tools

If you built your Web site using FrontPage—especially if you added Web components, themes, and other FrontPage-specific elements—it's important to use FrontPage's publishing tools to upload your site to the Web. This is done using FrontPage's Remote Web Site view, shown in Figure 21.1. When you use Remote Web Site view, FrontPage not only enables you to upload the entire site or any portion thereof that you specify, but it also helps you keep track of your pages and folders so that you can synchronize the remote and local copies of your site.

Figure 21.1. FrontPage's Remote Web Site view enables you to transfer pages and related files between your local site and the Web server.

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