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    Default new computer and OS (from XP to 7-64)...do I need to start over from square one?

    I just downloaded NetObjects Essentials to my new computer;
    I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit;
    I created my existing website using prior version of Essentials (August, 2009), on another computer, running Windows XP;
    The new Essentials opens just fine on my new computer;

    How do I recover my User Site data?
    Is a seamless transfer even possible, or would I be better off rebuilding from scratch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gus View Post
    I just downloaded NetObjects Essentials to my new computer;
    I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit;
    I created my existing website using prior version of Essentials (August, 2009), on another computer, running Windows XP;
    The new Essentials opens just fine on my new computer;

    How do I recover my User Site data?
    Is a seamless transfer even possible, or would I be better off rebuilding from scratch?
    Open your site project on your old computer.
    Export the site to template as explained in here: http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=16
    Import into your new version as explained here: http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=17
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    Default reconstruct website using htdocs folder downloaded from ISP

    Using Fusion Essentials, can I reconstruct my website (create a template) using the "htdocs" folder I just downloaded from my ISP (Network Solutions) to my desktop?

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    Mike,

    My copy of Essentials doesn not have File > Export as an option. I can save a site, save a site as, and import, but there is no export that I can see. I'm trying to find a way to have students back up their simple web site so that they can work in multiple locations safely.

    Thanks,

    liz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz View Post
    Mike,

    My copy of Essentials doesn not have File > Export as an option. I can save a site, save a site as, and import, but there is no export that I can see. I'm trying to find a way to have students back up their simple web site so that they can work in multiple locations safely.

    Thanks,

    liz
    You need to be in Site View
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    Mike,

    Duh!!!! Thanks.

    liz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz View Post
    Mike,

    Duh!!!! Thanks.

    liz

    No Big.....

    If you follow the tutorial in order (step 1 then step 2 then step 3).

    Step 1 is done in Asset view

    Steps 2 and 3 are done in Site view
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