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Just started learning FP 98 and am having my usual problems. In the tutorial lession 2 and error appeared that prevents me from saving a file. " THERE IS NO SERVER ON PORT 80" Any ideas??
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Do you have your web server running?  (I know, stupid question, but sometimes the easy things can be overlooked.)

If you have it running, go to FrontPage, click on Tools-Options-Proxies and make sure you have the "Do not use Proxy Server for local (intranet) addresses" checked.
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Thanks for the prompt reply
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So, did it help?  Or do you still have the problem?
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Answer in comments.  (I take it from your next question that you were able to save...)
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