Using Microsoft Frontpage
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How to install FrontPage.
FrontPage 2003 is a Web design application that lets you publish content to your shared hosting website.
NOTE: If your site uses advanced FrontPage features, like hit counters or forms, you must enable and upload using
FrontPage extensions. For more information, see Installing and Uninstalling FrontPage Extensions. If you upload using [...]
FrontPage will only publish "Webs" and not individual pages.
If you are having problems connecting to your website with FrontPage, and are using a URL such as http://mydomain.com, try connecting to http://www.mydomain.com.
NOTE: Web Hosting accounts do not support FrontPage Extensions. See What type of hosting account do I have? [...]
FrontPage will only publish "Webs" and not individual pages. If you create a Web and then build pages inside it you will be able to upload those pages using FrontPage. If not, you will need to create an empty Web and then copy your pages into it.
To build an [...]
By default, Microsoft FrontPage® uses FrontPage Server Extensions for your website’s forms. However, you can easily configure your forms to use our form mailer instead, so you no longer need to use FrontPage Server Extensions, which Microsoft stopped supporting in 2004.
To Configure Your FrontPage Forms to Use Our Form Mailer
Microsoft FrontPage manages all of the directory and sub directory permissions on your website. If you created custom directories on your website, or you are using another tool to build or manage your website, switching to FrontPage may cause some problems. It can overwrite all of your directory permissions and [...]
If you are using FrontPage to build your website and you upload or delete content using FTP, you are bypassing the management that FrontPage performs for your website. This can potentially break your site.
FrontPage manages the special permissions on your directory. These permissions must be added to the directories [...]
If your account hosts subdomains or non-primary domains and you use FrontPage to publish content, you should only upload content through your account’s primary domain. Connecting to the non-primary domain or subdomain directly can result in the corruption of files and affect the behavior of your site.
To upload content for [...]