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Support for Microsoft® FrontPage® 97, 98, 2000, 2002 and 2003

myhosting.com is a Registered Web Presence Provider for Microsoft® FrontPage® 2003 with database support. We support Microsoft® FrontPage® 2002 Server Extensions on our Windows 2003 hosting plans that were activated before February 28, 2008. These FrontPage Server Extensions are backward-compatible with all earlier versions of FrontPage®.

Please Note: FrontPage and FrontPage Server Extensions are not supported on Windows 2008 hosting plans activated on February 28, 2008 or later.

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What is Microsoft® FrontPage®?

Microsoft® FrontPage® is a client-based web editor that makes website design easy by insulating the user from any html code. FrontPage® makes complex things like tables and frames as easy to use as a word processor. Myhosting.com provides FrontPage® extensions free to all customers as part of our web hosting offering. Before you can take advantage of FrontPage®, you must have the client installed locally on your computer. FrontPage® is available individually, or as part of some versions of the Microsoft® Office® suite.

NOTE: Certain features, such as counters, form processors, etc., require that Microsoft® FrontPage® Server Extensions are installed on your server.

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Microsoft® FrontPage® 2002 Editor

You use the Microsoft® FrontPage® Editor to create, design, and edit World Wide Web pages. As you add text, images, tables, form fields, and other elements to your page, the FrontPage® Editor displays them as they would appear in a Web browser. Although it is a powerful tool, the FrontPage® Editor is easy to use because of its familiar, word processor interface. You do not need to learn Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to use the FrontPage® Editor because it creates all the HTML code for you.

Microsoft® FrontPage® 2002 Explorer

You use the Microsoft® FrontPage® Explorer to create the structure or layout of your web site, apply graphical themes to its pages, organize its files and folders, import and export files, test and repair hyperlinks, administer access privileges, track tasks, and launch the FrontPage® Editor to design and edit the contents of your Web pages. When your FrontPage® web is completed, you can use FrontPage® Explorer to publish it on your computer or the World Wide Web.

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