Over in another discussion I mentioned “Single Page” publishing and found that there are RW users who don’t know about this feature. If you have the need to publish just a single page just right click on the page in the left hand page panel. You will have the option to “PUBLISH” which will publish (upload) the single page only. If this page has sub-pages you will be presented the option to publish only the single page, or, the single page with it’s sub-pages.
It is my understanding that “single page” publishing does not use any aspect of “smart” publishing. It will upload the page with all required files each time you publish.
Of course, if you have made any change to your page that affects other pages (such as Menu itmes) they will NOT be published so you must understand what your page changes are affecting. However, rather that use smart publishing I will use single page publishing to publish entire “sections” of my site. For example, all my store pages are sub-pages of my “Store” page, thus I can select “Store” as a “single page publish” and ALL my store subpages (my whole store) will publish.
I almost exclusively use single page publishing. If I need to re-publish my entire site I then defer to a site export to local folder and then upload via ftp.
I post this because a couple of RW users didn’t know about the feature and they said that they like it…
This works great for me… your experience may vary.