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    Star Lounger
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    backing up whole website ((2002 (10.2623.2625)) )

    Hi again. This is probably a basic question, but I can't locate the answer in FP Help. Wondering if some kind soul could advise me on how to go about saving a website I have been working on for months. I'd hate to have a bad HD crash and lose the lot - I assume there is some way of saving everything to a CD for backup purposes? If so, how, please?

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    Re: backing up whole website ((2002 (10.2623.2625)

    Are you talking about a website which you have compiled locally and then uploaded? If so, can you not just copy the local folder (and sub-folders) to a CD?

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    Re: backing up whole website ((2002 (10.2623.2625)

    Yes Leif, that is my situation. No doubt you're right - I'm sure I can copy the "local folder and subfolders" to a CD, but - and this is going to sound dumb (cos it is dumb!), I'm not sure exactly which "local folder and subfolders" I need to save. Probably just need to have a good look and make some simple deductions, so thank you!

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    Re: backing up whole website ((2002 (10.2623.2625)

    I would say all of them, including any hidden folders.

    If the path to your web ("Netfirms") is Cocuments and SettingsRossMy DocumentsMy WebsNetfirms, everything from Netfirms down. If you need to restore it, you may need to save it to a similar path and/or run 'Recalculate all hyperlinks'.

    Otherwise, take a look at FrontPage Backups for other ideas.

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