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Getting Started with Macaw: Build responsive websites with a cutting-edge application by Rex Rainey, Joe Chellman

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11. Preview and Publish

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So far in this book you’ve learned enough to create websites and prototypes as Macaw projects on your computer. Of course, there’s an important step we haven’t discussed: where are the files that you put on the web when you’re ready to graduate from project to website? In this chapter, we’re going to take a closer look at what happens when you preview and publish a site and how to change those behaviors.

Resulting Files

The first time you preview a site, Macaw asks for a location to save your project. If you’ve been watching the folder where you saved your Macaw project, you’ll notice that, in addition to, for example, ...

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