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Old 02-20-2007, 08:45 AM   #1
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Thanks to those who recommended NVu. With it, I was able to get a simple site up in a sort time, and the automated pubish feature has saved many, many minutes.

Now, I need to tackle updating my (very old) website. Is there a way to import the whole thing into NVu so I can deal with it there?

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Old 02-24-2007, 06:49 AM   #2
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Now, I need to tackle updating my (very old) website. Is there a way to import the whole thing into NVu so I can deal with it there?
What do you mean by "import the whole thing"? You mean open multiple documents all at the same time? I wish there was a way, but I can't seem to figure that out. You can open each one at a time in a tab, but

Have you tried the "Site Manager" function? See the description at http://nvudev.com/guide/html/ugs08.htm It should allow you to open a sort of "project" and see all the files that are associated with it. Just specify a local directory under "Publishing Server." Basically, hit F9, and click on the Edit Sites button to get started.

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I wasn't sure whether site manager was the way to do it, and didn't want to take a chance on blowing the clean (if old) stuff I had. Guess I'll try making a duplicate and playing with it. Thanks.

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Definitely what I would try. Copy all your old files to a new directory and work with it. See if it gets you what you're looking for.

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