HOW TO GET BACK MY FILES FROM THE SERVER TO MY PC?


C

carabobo

Hello there,

I upgrade my Operative System to Windows 7, so I lost all my Front Page 2003
Files. My Web Site still working perfectly. How can I download the
corresponding files from the server to my PC?.

I appreciate your help.

Thanks in advance,
 
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Trevor Lawrence

You need to set up the connection again to your website.in FP

Then, when you open the remote site, you will see at bottom right
Publish all changed pages
==> O Local to remote
<== O Remote to local
==> O Synchronize
<==
______________
| Publish Web site |
|_____________ |

Select the second one (Remote to local) and click on Publish Web site.
Although, since you have no files on local, the third (Synchronize) would
also work
 
R

Ronx

NO! (unless I have mis-read the post)

Publishing Remote-to-local in that situation will
obliterate the online site as well. (There should
be a warning first, but who heeds warnings?)

The Local site is always the site on the left in
the Publishing or Remote Site Views. Selecting
Remote to Local will publish the right column to
the left.

If the server site is opened first in FrontPage,
then this is the Local site, and the site on the
PC is the Remote site. Publish Local to Remote.

If the PC site is opened first (presumably this
will be empty in thias case) then the PC site is
the Local site and the server site is the Remote.
Publish Remote to Local.
--
Ron Symonds
Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/wf-menu.aspx


Trevor Lawrence expressed precisely :
You need to set up the connection again to your
website.in FP
Then, when you open the remote site, you will
see at bottom right
Publish all changed pages
==> O Local to remote
<== O Remote to local
==> O Synchronize
<==
______________
| Publish Web site |
|_____________ |
 
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C

CJB

NO! (unless I have mis-read the post)

Publishing Remote-to-local in that situation will
obliterate the online site as well. (There should
be a warning first, but who heeds warnings?)

The Local site is always the site on the left in
the Publishing or Remote Site Views. Selecting
Remote to Local will publish the right column to
the left.

If the server site is opened first in FrontPage,
then this is the Local site, and the site on the
PC is the Remote site. Publish Local to Remote.

If the PC site is opened first (presumably this
will be empty in thias case) then the PC site is
the Local site and the server site is the Remote.
Publish Remote to Local.
--
Ron Symonds
Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/wf-menu.aspx

Trevor Lawrence expressed precisely :




- Show quoted text -

Use WS_FTP or Cute_FTP - then use drag and drop for all files
(probably from server right to local left). Goof luck - CJB.
 

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