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Re: my webpage loss....

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From: The Austin's (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Mar 02 2002 - 20:13:25 PST


To back up a webpage on CD (I've never saved anything on CD besides music)
do you have to open every page and save it? How do you go about it? I have a
burner and the program, but I'm questioning the logistics (although it is
worth the trouble!)
~Michal

> Bunki, what software do you use to create the pages? In my former
> career, I was a web designer. I learned to always keep a copy of my
> entire site elsewhere. (i.e. on a CD or zip disk) There we too many
> times that the network people "lost" my work. I was also a systems
> analyst and know that it should not happen, but it does. Ask you tech
> people if they have a backup system. They should have an automatic
> backup that keeps a copy of everything on the network for several days
> or months.

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