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FrontPage 97: what's all those _vti_stuff??

Posted on 1997-10-13
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if you save a website in ..wwwroot/mysite - frontpage editor/explorer(?) creates some funny subdirectories :-
_vti_bin, _vti_adm, _vti_cnf, _vti_pvt, _vti_txt
what are these & what do they do??
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Gavinb earned 80 total points
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These directorys are created by frontpage to store your different components of your webpage eg: Scripts, Images, WebBots and so no. If it there is nothing in them then your pages are not needing them. Frontpage creates some as default directorys and others it adds later as needed. In my experiance Frontpage uses less Web space because of there system.
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by:eriklee
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Thanks.
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