Web Site Setup (IIS 6.0)

Whether your site is on an intranet or the Internet, the principles of providing content are the same. You place your Web files in directories on your server so that users can establish an HTTP connection and view your files with a Web browser. But beyond simply storing files on your server, you must manage how your site is deployed and how your site evolves. Today, an engaging Web site is seldom a static collection of pages. Most successful server administrators are kept busy accommodating ever changing Web content.

This section describes the basics of managing a Web site's infrastructure, from redirecting requests to dynamically altering Web pages.

This section includes the following information:

Creating a Web Site from a Template: Describes how to create a new Web site from a template file.

Setting Home Directories: Describes how to set or change the home directory of a Web site using IIS Manager or a command-line administration script.

Setting Up Default Documents: Describes the purpose of a default document and where it should be placed, as well as file naming restrictions.

Adding Footers to Web Pages: Describes how to automatically include HTML code in the bottom of Web pages.

Using Virtual Directories: Describes the concept of virtual directories and how to use them to keep published data compartmentalized on the server while remaining transparent to the user.

Domain Name Resolution: Describes the concept of name resolution, and how to register a domain name for your site.

Using FrontPage Server Extensions to Extend Web Sites: Describes the benefits of using FrontPageŽ Server Extensions from Microsoft for Web site management, and explains how to set up the extensions.

Hosting Multiple Web Sites on a Single Server: Describes how to effectively consolidate Web sites by hosting them on one server.



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