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Publish and test your pages

Now that your search and results pages are finished, you are ready to upload them to your server and test them.

Note: If you didn't complete Wildlife Project 6: Defining your Dreamweaver MX site, you must do so before proceeding.

1 In the Dreamweaver Site panel, select the top-level Wildlife Project site directory.
2 Click the Put File(s) button.

3 Dreamweaver asks you if you want to put the entire site. Click OK.
4 Open a web browser and load the index.cfm page. The URL will vary, depending on the type of web server you are using. For example, if you are using Microsoft IIS, and you've published all of your files to the wildlife_project directory inside the wwwroot folder, your URL will be http://localhost/wildlife_project/index.cfm. If you are using the ColdFusion wwwroot directory, the URL will be http://localhost:8500/wildlife_project/index.cfm.

If you're using a ColdFusion hosting company, enter the URL to your site followed by . . ./wildlife_project/index.cfm.
5 Select a state from the pop-up menu and click the Search button.
The results page appears and displays the results of your search.
If more than one matching record is found, the results page displays all of the matching records. If no matching records are found, however, the results page displays the static line "Here is the contact information you requested." In the last tutorial of this series, you'll learn how to substitute this line of text with something else when no records match the user's selection.

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