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Microsoft® Expression® Web 4 Step by Step by Chris Leeds

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Import and Export Web Packages

If you’re an experienced site designer, you’ve probably amassed a collection of files and scripts such as shopping carts or database applications that you tend to use in all or most sites that you create. If you’re very new to Web design, you will probably begin to develop this type of collection very soon.

With a Web Package, you can export a collection of scripts or other assets from within a site; and you can save all the data to a single file (an FWP file), which you can save on your local computer or distribute by any method you prefer, such as email or a link on a Web site.

After exporting a collection of files as an .fwp file, any Expression Web user can import it very easily.

Here’s a scenario: the \files\validateMyForm ...

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