I am a network admin and PC repair person, not a Frontpage user or web programmer. A client called w/ a crashed HDD. While most of the important data was stored offsite, data files constituting a website created in Frontpage 2002 were on the local drive. The drive is no longer spinning and I will not be able to retrieve the data files.
However, I do have admin login info for the domain, and access to all the .htm, picture files, etc that make up the website. I need to know if the files on the website are the same files that are published to the web site from Frontpage, or do they undergo some sort of change during the publishing process. Once repaired and FP2002 installed, can I simply copy the files from the web site back to the local computer so that the website can be edited in FP2002?
If that is not possible, is there an import function in FP2002, and if so, how well does it work?
Thanks from a non-web type person for all your help!