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Accidentally Erased Web Project

A few months ago I created a web project in Frontpage 2000 and successfully uploaded it
to my website, lewilliamson.cnchost.com.  Unfortunately a few days ago I accidentally
erased the original web project from my computer.  I tried to use a web coping software
(WebCopier 2.0) to give myself a copy of the site.  When I try to load the version that I
copied from my website into Frontpage, it doesn't work.  Is there a way that I can get it to
work?
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lynn402
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lynn402
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julianbCommented:
Why not simply load the website into Frontpage directly using the Web Import tool in FrontPage?
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ntwaCommented:
The easiest way to correct his problem, is to simply login to your site and publish it back to your hard drive.

Open your web in front page,
File => open web
and click on Web Folders. Type in the full URL of your web site (ie http://www.yourwebsite.com) and click open. Type in your username and password to access your site.

When your web site apprears, open it as you would to edit it, only this time you will select
file => publish web => browse => c:\yourwebfolder (where you want your copy of your web stored on your local machine) and then select publish to download a complete copy of your orginal web site to your c:\yourwebfolder directory. All extension relationships, relative links and content will be in tact the next time you attempt to open your web page on your local machine.
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