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Using frontpage unable to publish web page

When I go to PUBLISH WEB after tweaking my web site and changing and adding a few pages. it has the same address in publish from as in publish to it has my web site address in both. then of course I get cannot publish to itself. but how do I change the from file to read differently. I've had this website for a few years and it's been working fine but now it won't even come up at all. and I think it has something to do with this problem since I never had a problem with it before

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Re: using frontpage unable to publish web page

Save the file you have updated and publish what you saved

then it should publish

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I want to download microsoft frontpage 2000 please help. Operating systems is window 2007.. Thank you..

If your need is for just a few documents or a few web pages just go to and download the trail version it has a 60 day period of use otherwise you may have to purchuse the program.

May 27, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC


Animate your desktop

Create a folder to save all the items website, including AVI file. Now generate HTML using an application such as FrontPage and Name your file Desktop.htm. Avi file to include page. The video file will play once To this, add the text loop = "infinite" after "FileOpen". Width and height parameters must match the screen or AVI will not fit properly. If you run your View 800x600, 1024x768 and so on, change the two figures, respectively. Save your changes and close both Desktop.htm and FrontPage . Now right-click the desktop and select Properties. Click> Customize Desktop Desktop Web New Browse. Search Desktop.htm file and click Open OK. Below is a list of web pages, the file is selected. Click OK, then Apply, then OK again to finish.

on Feb 24, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Need some help with ms publisher 2007 Basically I am able to send files to the remote server, and link with Microsoft Publisher, but am not able to publish to the web i created a website in...

A few things you need. Publisher will FTP to your web site ? ?
Who's hosting your site... not your name. If is your hosting company, you need to check out the settings needed to put into Publisher to FTP (File Transfer Protocol) to your site and the correct name of the main web folder like public_html . You need the login name and password to your web page.

Jul 22, 2009 | Operating Systems

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Upload my web pages

Dear friend you can check any web address in

goto this website and check your address in part: "Domain LookUp"

I checked that before and this address ( is not available, it means that someone else toke it before you.But I suggest you check it by the address above, because it will suggest you other available webaddress like (it's really available now, and you can get it!)

For publishing there are many ways to do that. You can do it by Dreamweaver or Frontpage softwares.Or you can do it by some FTP softwares like Smart FTP, Core FTP, FTP explorer, Turbo FTP and ... . Download one of them and publish your web pages.

But the simples way is to use your browser (IE, FireFox)

Note: Each domain maybe has a folder named "www" or "root" if you see this folder it means that you have to publish your web pages in this folder.DON'T delete this folder!

Anyway, maybe you didn't get how to publish your web pages, this is my mail address: and this is my Yahoo ID: l_finalcut_l

Please send me mail or leave a message in yahoo messanger I'll help you step by step.Don't worry!
At your service

Good luck

Apr 15, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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How to use or install windows xp uploader to use in uploading photos in friendster?


This is a multi-stage process ... it takes some effort to get it working but it is worth it in the end

first, on Friendster's Upload Photos page, click the link for the "Windows XP Uploader Wizard" to download and install the registry file that enables the "XP Publishing Wizard" ... just click on "Open" in the Download Complete dialog or double click the xppubwiz.reg file ... now when you open My Computer and select your photo you will see a new option in the left-hand pane under "File and Folder Tasks" entitled "Publish this file to the Web" ... click on that to launch the Web Publishing Wizard

click Next and it will give you the opportunity to "Change Your File Selection" by checking and unchecking the corresponding boxes, but since the file you selected is already checked we can skip that ... now the wizard wants to know where you want to publish the file ... the first time you use the wizard you will probably only have one choice: "MSN Groups" ... if you have a Windows Live or .NET Passport ID you can use that; otherwise the wizard will help you create one ... so select "MSN Groups", then click Next and select a folder where you want your photo to be published

now, the whole reason we are going through this agonizing procedure is that your photo is too big to upload directly, so the wizard complains about the file size ... no problem, click Next and then Next again and the wizard asks if you want to resize the file ... check the Yes box and select whichever file size you like ... click Next again and the wizard will compress and upload your photo ... with any luck you will see that your upload was successful, so click Next and the wizard will inform you that you have successfully published your file and that a shortcut has been added to "My Network Places" ... so click Finish

but we are still only half way there ... now, open your Friendster page, go to the Upload Photos page and click on "Browse Files" just like normal ... remember that shortcut that was added in "My Network Places"? navigate to Desktop, then "My Network Places", then follow the long chain down to the folder where you published your photo ... double click your file and you are back at Friendster and you can click "Start Upload" ... mission accomplished

and now we get the pay off for all your hard work ... the next time you use the wizard to upload a large file, in addition to "MSN Groups", the wizard will offer you the "Friendster Bulk Upload" ... select that, click Next, enter your Friendster login info and select the album you want your photo to appear in ... now when the wizard has resized your photo it will be uploaded directly to the album you selected!!

one more bit of house-keeping ... you can still use your MSN Group folder to upload your photos to other sites, but you only have 3 MB for your files unless you buy extra space ... so you may have to delete some old files to make room for new ones

hope this helps, Please rate my response! Thanks!!

Feb 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Set up a DNS (domain name server) on Windows XP Professional

You can use dyndns to run 123.456.78.9. Then tell ISS to use port 4565 for web. That should work.

Aug 20, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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For designing

First things First:
1) You need to have a plenty of knowledge on Front page.
2) it is dffficult here to design a page is like make a photo.
each person have diferent ways to make them, or configure them, etc, I suggest you can use Front Page. from Micosoft is a good tool

Feb 29, 2008 | Operating Systems

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Web page

When doing a website. You have to own web space. A place owned by you either by your ISP provider, or space purchased through

Creating a website is one thing, but you have to upload it to a webserver which is owned by you.

A lot of people buy web space or like mentioned above, are given web space by your Internet Provider. If your internet provider does offer free web space with an account with them, find out where the space is, what your log in information is, and what the "ftp" server name is or what the htpp:// information is. They will provide you with that information. Once you have that information, and you click publish, there will be a screen come up where you will have to fill in the information and submit.

I hope this helps you


Feb 27, 2008 | Operating Systems

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