I have recently moved from FrontPage '98 to 2002.(Now, don't start!)
'98 used to allow me to specify a "directory path" when I published. 2002 seems to have removed this option.
My sites - pages really - weren't that big. Which meant that I could house more than one under an individual ISP Account. Now I can only Publish one site per Account. That means that all the URLs change and...well, there you go.
They might have made this change in an earlier version of Frontpage and I have just picked it up.
Am I missing something or is there a way round this?
If you go to FILE then PUBLISH WEB, you should get a sort of double window come up that has your file location (local) and then a publish destination URL below it (your domain - it has a browse button to enter your domain).
This should pop up if you click on the publish button as well.
Yes - I can go to Publish and up comes the double window with a From (me - where I am publishing from and what I want to Publish) and a to (what is in the location I am publishing to). What it doesn't do is let me specify a subdirectory to publish into.
There is also an option to delete files from the "to" directory but I think this is a file management option and will delete those files from that location not from what I want to update.
I can specify and change the domain - but this is just my ISP. It doesn't contain any reference to my account.
I am also asked to logon with the account email address - but again this is for the whole account.
With '98 I had an additional field that asked me if having selected the account that I wanted to publish to whether I then wanted to name a Directory Path within it. I could use this to name the site and hold several sites in the one account. So drop down one further or even several further steps.
Have I just misunderstood the way the from and to panes in the new Publish Dialogue work? I have just had another look at it and I can't see where it would allow me to specify a new Subdirectory name without overwriting anything in the main account.