Publishing Sites with Microsoft FrontPage
Microsoft FrontPage deals with two kinds of Web sites: disk-based and server-based. In short, a disk-based site is a FrontPage Web site you create on your local hard disk and then later publish to a Web server. A server-based site is one you create and work with directly on a Web server, without the extra step of publishing. This section provides you with instructions on publishing only disk-based web sites.
You can publish disk-based web sites either through FTP or HTTP. If your server is running FrontPage Server Extensions, you would publish your site to an HTTP location. For example: http://your-domain.com/MyWebSite. If your server supports FTP, you would publish to an FTP location. For example: ftp://ftp.your-domain.com/myFolder.
After publishing, you can manage your site through FrontPage Server Extensions.
To access FrontPage Server Extensions management interface:
- Log in to Parallels Plesk Panel.
- Click the Domains shortcut in the navigation pane.
- Click the required domain name in the list.
- To manage a site, which is not protected by SSL, open the Web Site group title menu, and click Frontpage Webadmin. To manage an SSL-enabled site, open the Web Site group title menu, and click Frontpage SSL Webadmin.
- Type your FrontPage administrator's login name and password, and click OK.
For instructions on using FrontPage server extensions, see online help (Frontpage Webadmin > Help) or visit Microsoft Web site.