Opening an Existing Site
An Expression Web site will consist of a logical grouping of folders that contain all of the pages, images, and other files that make up the site. In most cases the site will also contain metadata that enables Expression Web to recognize when files were changed, to update references to files you might have renamed or replaced, the location to which the site has been published, and an array of other data the program can use for behind-the-scenes management.
In this exercise, you will learn to open and examine an entire site by using Expression Web.
On the File menu, there is a significant difference between clicking Open and clicking Open Site. Clicking Open Site will open an entire site within Expression Web, ...
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