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Organizing Files

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by mstarr, Feb 9, 2003.

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  1. mstarr

    mstarr Thread Starter

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    I use frontpage 2002 and want to get a grip on all these files. I have two websites and a bunch of files I both use and no longer use. I was wonderning if there was a trick to organizing these files without going through them one at a time. It's getting to the point where the server and hard drive files aren't matching creating missing photos online and so forth. Any idea's? I am afraid to start sticking files in different folders for fear of them getting lost to the page and server.
     
  2. Rockn

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    I think you can map all of the files associated with your web site using Front page. Any fiels that don't show up in the map can be trashed.
     
  3. mstarr

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    How Does it Work?


     
  4. Rockn

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    Don't know....I wouldn't use FP if you paid me. I use DreamWeaver and it has the option, so did Home Site. DreamWeaver has an orphaned files optin to get rid of derelict files cluttering your web site. I am sure FP has something similar
     
  5. mstarr

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    I just went through them one by one, didn't take as long as I thought it would. Thanks for replying, I might not thank you guys enough for all the help you dish out, thanks again.
     
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