Before you drop them, noodle around a little bit and learn how much extra 
crap and duplication of your site FP drops on you. It's like a bloody seagull!


BTW - Don't drop them on the Windows machine where you do your FP work, the 
poor program won't be able to function without all its redundancies. 
Horrible thing! /mt

At 08:48 AM 8/27/01 -0500, Mark Roedel wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Seb Frost [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> > Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2001 6:49 PM
> > Subject: [PHP] What is it with _vti?
> >
> >
> > I have these _vti_pvt _vti_cnf directories on my website.
> > Why?  I never put them there... can I delete them?
> >
> > I tried searching for this but it's impossible to search for
> > since it seems a lot of website have these directories and it
> > just comes up with them :-)
>FrontPage droppings.  *grin*
>And yes, assuming you're not doing anything FrontPage-specific, you can
>safely remove them.  (They will, of course, be recreated if you publish
>your site again using FrontPage.)
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