Chapter 12. Publishing the Site

Two crucial steps remain before you actually copy your local files to a Web server. First, use Expression Web to check if any pages have problems, such as broken hyperlinks or slow-to-download files. Second, look at every page with a Web browser to check its general appearance. When you’re ready to publish, you’ll need to have an Internet Service Provider (ISP) lined up to host your site, unless you are copying the files to an inhouse intranet.

Checking Your Site

Expression Web’s reporting tools make it much easier and faster to get your site ready to publish. Instead of depending on your Web browser to find every problem, Expression Web provides a site summary of possible problems. The reports feature also makes ...

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