Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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lost your existing site and disabled the Office Live Web Designer. You
end up back at the Page Manager.
5. Click Go to Your Web Site folder.
A folder containing your new Web pages opens (see Figure 5-21). After
you’ve switched to using a third-party Web designer, you no longer have
access to the Page Manager. Instead, your Web pages are stored in a
folder on the Office Live servers.
When you first open your Web Site folder, you find three folders and
• Shared folder: This folder contains all the files necessary to make
your pages play nicely with Office Live; to keep it that way, make
sure you do not delete this folder.
• Documents or Images folder: If you have already uploaded
documents and images to Office Live, you find those in these folders.
• The default.aspx file is your temporary home page. You can
delete this file once your new default.htm Web page is in the
folder. Files that you previously uploaded to your Document and
Image Galleries also appear in the Documents and Images folders.
You’ll notice the default.aspx file in your Web Site folder. You must
name your home page file default.htm.
6. Drag the HTML files from your computer to the Office Live Web-site
Be sure to include all the files — such as images and documents —
necessary for viewing your Web site.