How to trouble-shoot Publisher web upload issues

applies to versions 2003, 2002, 2000 Firstly a word of advice.. if you must contact you web host support avoid telling them you have a Publisher web. Most of them will freak out if they hear that and cause you more grief in the end. This reaction is based on ignorance. For the most part issues are fundamental and it is irrelevant as to what generated html files. If you are having FrontPage Extension issues just let the host assume you are using a FrontPage web, most hosts don’t know that Publisher is using FP components. If you are having an … Continue reading How to trouble-shoot Publisher web upload issues

How to publish a Publisher web in HTTP

applies to versions 2003, 2002, 2000 (Note: 2002 users must explicitly type in the file name – index.htm) (Note: 2000 users disregard some options and settings) If your domain hosting account has FrontPage Server Extensions (FPSE) installed you can upload your web site files in the HTTP Protocol. When FPSE is loaded on your account it is recommended that you use HTTP uploads exclusively because using FTP at any time may corrupt the FPSE files. You must understand that the server processing functionality provided by FPSE requires HTTP publishing to deliver that functionality. For example if you have a web page … Continue reading How to publish a Publisher web in HTTP

How to publish a Publisher web publication (FTP)

applies to versions 2003, 2002, 2000 (Note: 2002 users must explicitly type in the file name – index.htm) (Note: 2000 users disregard some options and settings) You’ve finally finished it. Your web publication is complete, at least for now. You’re ready to share it with the world. But how exactly do you get your pride and joy onto the World Wide Web? It’s actually quite simple, once you know the steps. Which is what I’m going to teach you in this article. First this article assumes a few things- you have a completed Publisher web publication  (if you created a print … Continue reading How to publish a Publisher web publication (FTP)