Once you have created your HTML
documents using FrontPage, you are going to need to move them
from your local computer onto your virtual server.
FrontPage Web to your Virtual Server.
- FrontPage is only supported
if you specified it when you placed your order.
- Access into your docs
directory is only supported using FrontPage. You may not add
or delete files in this directory using telnet or standard
- You may use telnet or
standard FTP to access your root directory, and your logs or
cgi-bin directory. See
Log on and FTP
for using FTP.
- Your logs directory contains
standard NCSA error and access logs.
- All references to cgi
scripts should be made as follows; http://www.yoursite.com/cgi-bin/your_script.
(Replace yoursite.com with your domain name or IP address
and your_script with your cgi script or program file name.)
- Once you have created your
site using FrontPage, connect to the Internet.
- Open FrontPage Explorer.*
- Once in FrontPage Explorer,
open your newly-created web site on your local computer.
- From the File Menu choose
Publish FrontPage Web (Copy Web in version 1.1) and enter
your NetNWeb IP address for the Destination Web Server.
Leave the Destination Web section blank (in version 1.1,
enter a single Front Slash / and check "Add to an Existing
- Choose "OK" to start copying
your local web to your virtual server. This may take a
little time depending on your connection speed to the
Internet and the quantity and size of your files.
* If you are using
FrontPage 2000, there is no FrontPage Explorer. Just choose
"Publish Web" from the File menu (step 4) and enter your NetNWeb
IP address for the Destination Web Server. If you need further
assistance with FrontPage, see your software's documentation or