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Microsoft® HTML5 Step by Step by Faithe Wempen

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Creating Web Sites and Web Pages

A Web site, in Expression Web lingo, is a folder that contains all the files you need for a set of interconnected Web pages. That folder might reside locally on your own hard disk or remotely on a server. In most cases, you will want to develop the site locally and then upload it to the server when it is ready to be published. (It is called a Web site even if it is not technically on the Web yet.)

To work with Web sites, use the Site menu in Expression Web. From there you can create a new site or open an existing one. You can also import content from other sites, and manage the publishing settings for a site.

After you have your site established, you can then create new pages or import existing pages into your site. ...

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