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I had installed an IBM http Server and named it as WPCserver1. I have to copy a site(eg: a style guide site) to the base of the web server.  Here I have two questions?
a.) How to copy a website to the base of the WebServer?
b.) What is the meaning of base of the WebServer?

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a.) How to copy a website to the base of the WebServer?

just copy the html content to the server using whatever filesystem you have available: samba, unc, ftp, nfs, etc

b.) What is the meaning of base of the WebServer?

I suppose it means to the web server root directory.  Check the IBM docs to see how to find out the web server root.

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