"Uploading" the Website . . .? - Post...

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My webserver is running on my home computer so that I do not need to upload to a site on the Internet.

So how do I generate my website to a folder on my local hard drive?

Cannot find any way to do it, but I could be missing something.

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I was able to find the answer to my own question.
I published my website to my work machine, then checked their file names and dates.
Doing a search for these files on my local hard-drive finds these files in two places:
1. C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR-LOGON-ID\Local Settings\Temp\vsd_tmpdir . . . which is what the links point to.
2. Home.vnu_website . . . a sub-directory under the save-folder, which are the actual files that got uploaded.
Still cannot find any mention of this in the Help though.
Anyway, hope this helps someone else.

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Maybe the author of the help files didn't think of people having their own in-house servers ;)

Anyway, naturally you will have the files in two places, the folder where you saved your project while working on it and the location you transfered it to when you were done.
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