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FP keeps publishing ALL files. I don't want them to merge.

FP keeps publishing ALL files. I don't want them to merge.

FP keeps publishing ALL files. I don't want them to merge.

(OP)
I have two web sites on two different host servers. When I tried to publish my new "index.htm" page for my second web site, FP started publishing ALL my files, even from my first web site.

Can I prevent this?

Thanks,

Adam

RE: FP keeps publishing ALL files. I don't want them to merge.

FrontPage normally only publishes the changed files.  If the files in your local computer has a more recent file date than the ones on your web server, FrontPage will upload the newer file to the web.

You can control the files you want published by marking the pages to publish. You can specify which files you want to publish. By default, files are marked for publishing, but you can change this setting. For example, if you have not finished editing a page but you want to publish your Web site, you can prevent the page from being published by marking it Don't Publish. When you want to publish the file, mark the page Publish.

Certain files should not be published again after you first publish your web. For example, you create a web with a guestbook, and then publish the web. Later, you update your web pages — if you publish all of your files, including the file that records guestbook information, you will save a blank guestbook over the existing one, losing all the information. Other examples include pages with a hit counter; discussion webs; and catalogs (if you are running Index Server).

1. On the View menu, point to Reports, and then click Publish Status. The publishing status of all files in the current web is displayed.

2. Select one or more files, right-click them, click Properties on the shortcut menu, and then click the Workgroup tab.

Do one of the following:

A. To prevent a file from being published, select the Exclude this file when publishing the rest of the web check box.

B. To mark a file for publishing, clear the Exclude this file when publishing the rest of the web check box.

You can also right-click the page icon from the Folder List in any view, click Properties on the shortcut menu, and then click the Workgroup tab.

Hope this helps.

Hella
webmaster@vision21enterprises.com
Vision21 Enterprises

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