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Apr 3, 2012, 12:26 #1
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When I make a Sharepoint website where are the files stored?
I'm going a little batty here.
A client company of mine uses Windows servers, with Sharepoint as their method to access and update their website and intranet.
I'm working on a whole website redesign, and therefore thought it best to build the site on my own Windows 7 PC using Sharepoint 2010, so I'll be sure that everything is working properly, before eventually handing all the files over to their IT department for publishing.
To that end, I've spent a little time installing Sharepoint Foundation 2010 and Sharepoint Designer 2010, following this tutorial. All of that went well.
Here's my problem. I'm used to making my html files via a text editor, so first off I'm feeling quite lost inside of Sharepoint's interface. And, compounding my confusion, I'm having a surprisingly hard time finding the test files I've made via Sharepoint on my computer. Where are these files stored?
My first though was that they should be in the inetpub/wwwroot folder, but that's actually empty.
Am I missing something obvious?
Lastly, is there an easy way to import webpages made from say, Dreamweaver or Aptana Studio, into Microsoft's Sharepoint system? I'd like to have something like Dreamweaver's .dwt template functionality out of Sharepoint. Is that possible, or is Sharepoint a different workflow entirely?
Thanks in advance for your input.Trying to fill the unforgiving minute
with sixty seconds' worth of distance run.