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Burn my web site to disc

I have a 6 page website.Can I burn "copy" it to disc.If so how?

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Philips DVD+-RW DVD8631 [CD-ROM drive]

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how I do it

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Since you haven't gotten any responses to date I will try, but I'm no computer expert!
I've created several web sites using Microsoft Frontpage and an elementary knowledge of HTML. I save all my webs to a file on my hard drive. Then I can copy to a CD. Is this what you mean by ''copy to disc''? If so, you need to have the pages saved on your hard drive. Do you have copies of the pages? How did you create them? If you don't have copies then you will need a few more steps which I can describe later. When you do burn a copy, make sure that all the pages, graphics, photos, etc are on the CD or you won't see them.

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I found a freeware app a few years ago...

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...called WebStripper, it would download, copy and parse all your pages to link to the pages on the disk. I learned how to build an autorun, using the "shellout" command. Been years, don't remember all the details but it was fun and easy, I made copies of our co. website onto business card cd's, pop it in and you're at my site, click a link and it loads, way cool. Get it here:

http://www.tucows.com/preview/193815

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Simple

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Assuming you have a ''parent folder'' containing all the pages and images for your site, and that all links are working properly, just right click on it, click ''send to,'' then click the CD drive. A second or so later a message will pop up saying that the files are ready to burn to CD. Click on that message (not the X) and a window will open showing all the files ready to burn and any files already on the disc. Then just click the ''burn to disc'' option on the left pane of the window. The burning will start, end, and you'll have it.

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