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View draft, view published site

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In View [1] ribbon you have two options: View draft site [2] and View published site [3].
The first one (View draft site) will show a draft of your site with all your saved changes, and the second (View published site) will display your live website. When you look in address bar you will notice that a draft site has "/draft" at the end while a live website doesn't.
The difference is that you can edit your website in draft, make and save changes, and they will not be displayed in the live website until you publish those changes. If you click on Publish website, all the changes up to that point will be saved and the site will go live.
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