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publishing my web pages via frontpage - Windows XP/2000/ME

Hi all, I'm new to Frontpage (FP 2000) and I'm confused as to how to publish my completed pages, in the past I've always used FTP. My ISP has enabled Frontpage extensions and provided me with three items of information on how to use them. 1) my username, 2) password 3) my FP domain. (fp.USERNAME.ISP.net (the uppercase is words are NOT the real names) But I'm unsure as to what to do with them. I've clicked on File/Publish Web, then the "specify the location...." start with http:// (am I supposed to enter the fp.domain where?) I've tried entering the domain ...

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    Default publishing my web pages via frontpage

    Hi all, I'm new to Frontpage (FP 2000) and I'm confused as to how to publish
    my completed pages, in the past I've always used FTP.

    My ISP has enabled Frontpage extensions and provided me with three items of
    information on how to use them.
    1) my username,
    2) password
    3) my FP domain. (fp.USERNAME.ISP.net
    (the uppercase is words are NOT the real names)

    But I'm unsure as to what to do with them. I've clicked on File/Publish Web,
    then the "specify the location...." start with http:// (am I supposed to
    enter the fp.domain where?)

    I've tried entering the domain info
    [url]http://fp.DOMAIN.ISP.net[/url]
    and it then requests my username and password, so I thought I was on a
    winner, but the username/password box just keeps returning, requesting my
    password. I've checked with my ISP and they say all the username/passwords
    are correct.

    Confused and Delirious from sifting through MS's support pages, I ended up
    here.


    Can anyone help?




    Ken clark Guest

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    Default Re: publishing my web pages via frontpage

    Using FTP on a web server with FrontPage extensions breaks the FP extensions
    and the provider will probably get rather annoyed if you keep asking them to
    repair them if you are using components that need the extensions.

    Use File, Publish

    then in the box, it's

    [url]http://www.yourdomain.com[/url]

    Once it's looked for and found the domain, another box will appear in which
    you put your UserName and Password.

    Further questions should really be addressed to the

    microsoft.public.frontpage.client

    newsgroup. The FP gurus live there.

    Cari
    [url]www.coribright.com[/url]

    "Ken clark" <NOSPAM_kenclark> wrote in message
    news:3cTLa.44596$9C6.2131149wards.force9.net...
    > Hi all, I'm new to Frontpage (FP 2000) and I'm confused as to how to
    publish
    > my completed pages, in the past I've always used FTP.
    >
    > My ISP has enabled Frontpage extensions and provided me with three items
    of
    > information on how to use them.
    > 1) my username,
    > 2) password
    > 3) my FP domain. (fp.USERNAME.ISP.net
    > (the uppercase is words are NOT the real names)
    >
    > But I'm unsure as to what to do with them. I've clicked on File/Publish
    Web,
    > then the "specify the location...." start with http:// (am I supposed to
    > enter the fp.domain where?)
    >
    > I've tried entering the domain info
    > [url]http://fp.DOMAIN.ISP.net[/url]
    > and it then requests my username and password, so I thought I was on a
    > winner, but the username/password box just keeps returning, requesting my
    > password. I've checked with my ISP and they say all the username/passwords
    > are correct.
    >
    > Confused and Delirious from sifting through MS's support pages, I ended up
    > here.
    >
    >
    > Can anyone help?
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Cari \(MS-MVP\) Guest

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