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prevent frontpage from deleting directory

prevent frontpage from deleting directory

prevent frontpage from deleting directory

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I know little about FrontPage.  I have built a custom PHP application for a customer.  I do not maintain the rest of their website.  The rest of their website, they maintain themselves using FrontPage.  Problem:  When they publish their site using FrontPage, it deletes the directory which holds the application I built because it is not part of their FrontPage site.  

I have stumbled around a little looking for the setting(s) ... I hope they're there.  Can anyone tell me how to prevent FrontPage from removing the application directory when it publishes the static HTML site?  

Thanks in advance,

MrsBean

RE: prevent frontpage from deleting directory

have you asked them to maybe sync the site?  Depending on the version of FP they have, it might offer a sync which will copy the PHP files to their local computer (which would be good since they should have a back-up copy as well).  

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