I have a very large website that was built using Frontpage 2000/2003. It is no longer using the Frontpage extensions. But it still has all the little _vti_ folders.
The main page area is surrounded by 3 includes (header, left nav, and footer). These are webbot includes. I have tried to change the text on the footer, and if you look at the footer itself, the text is changed. But when you view a full page, the footer text has not changed.
I wonder if this is because of what is in the _vti_ folders.
I have just purchased Expression Web Studio 4 and would like to use it on this site.
OK, so what I need is someone who understand the vti folders and webbots and all that. Someone who can tell me if I need to remove them or what? But I think the include pages are still working off of the webbots somehow. It's a very large site, and the wrong move could be a disaster, so you have to be someone who really knows Frontpage.
I don't want you to do this, I just want to be advised on what to do.
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