Opening a Site

An Expression Web 4 site consists of a logical grouping of folders that contain all the pages, images, and other files that make up the site. In most cases, the site also contains metadata that Expression Web uses to recognize when files were changed, to update references to files you might have renamed or replaced, the locations to which the site has been published, and an array of other data the program can use for behind-the-scenes management.

Note

Troubleshooting There is a significant difference between choosing Open from the File menu and selecting Open Site from the Site menu. Open Site opens an entire Web site within Expression Web 4, thereby enabling automatic hyperlink updates, publishing capabilities, and so forth. In contrast, ...

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