Can I retreive data from my web page

Can I retreive data from my web page

Post by RGFu » Sat, 15 Oct 2005 13:20:12


Just use the publish feature and check the radio button for remote to local.
That will download from the site to front page on your pc.

Dan
 
 
 

Can I retreive data from my web page

Post by U3V6aSB » Sat, 15 Oct 2005 13:24:18

I prepared my web page in FrontPage and uploaded it to the web. Before I
could back my computer up it crashed and I lost everything. I am hoping
there is a way I can retreive all the data (pages, formats, pictures, etc)
from my web page and capture it to my computer so I can make changes and
updates withouth having to recreate the entire site.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

 
 
 

Can I retreive data from my web page

Post by Bill Sharp » Sun, 16 Oct 2005 02:07:48


An FTP program should be able to retrieve these files, assuming you can
access your web site, i.e. correct web address and password, if required.

Bill
 
 
 

Can I retreive data from my web page

Post by Stefan B R » Sun, 16 Oct 2005 17:43:38

FTP is only recommended for sites that do not have the FP SE
If the online site has the FP SE then they should open it in FP and use FP to publish it (in http) to their PC

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| > I prepared my web page in FrontPage and uploaded it to the web. Before I
| > could back my computer up it crashed and I lost everything. I am hoping
| > there is a way I can retreive all the data (pages, formats, pictures, etc)
| > from my web page and capture it to my computer so I can make changes and
| > updates withouth having to recreate the entire site.
| >
| > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
| >
| > Thanks
| An FTP program should be able to retrieve these files, assuming you can
| access your web site, i.e. correct web address and password, if required.
|
| Bill