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Microsoft® FrontPage® 2000 Highlights

FrontPage server extensions are a set of server-side applications that:
  • Let multiple users simultaneously collaborate on the same Web site and Web Server (Multi-user Authoring).
  • Let users write directly to the Web server using a PC or laptop computer from anywhere in the world via the Internet (Remote Authoring).
  • Let users include forms on their Web site and specify how the results of those forms are handled.
  • Let users include discussion Webs on their Web site.
  • Provide full text search capability on a Web site.
  • Let users include hit counters on their Web site.

Publishing Your FrontPage Web to an Internet Web Server

  1. In FrontPage Explorer, open the Web you want to publish.
  2. On the File menu, click Publish FrontPage Web.
  3. In the Destination Web Server box, type your domain name ( server or IP.  The address of the server appears immediately after the protocol (http:) and the double slashes (//).
  4. In the "Name of destination of FrontPage Web" box, type NOTHING.
  5. Click to select the Copy Changed Pages Only check box. All your pages will be published to the destination server.
  6. Click OK.

Microsoft's FrontPage Information:  

Collection of tips and tricks and how-to articles for FrontPage on the MSDN Online Web Workshop.

More Help: 

The Incredible MS-FrontPage Linksite 

Discussion and Newsgroups 

FrontPage Client 

FrontPage Client for Macintosh 

UNIX Server Extensions 








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