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- Overview of FrontPage
FrontPage is a 'What You See Is What You Get' (WYSIWYG) editor which allows you to visually edit the lay out, graphics and text of your web site as well as edit the HTML code by hand. Once you have designed your pages, you can use its built-in feature to connect to our servers and have them pu ...
- How to configure FrontPage 2002 to publish to your LexiConn account
You must have FrontPage extensions enabled for your account. 1. Open the web (site) you wish to publish to the LexiConn server. 2. To publish this site, click the "File" menu at the top left of the program and select "Publish Web...". This will open up a window where you must specify the desti ...
- FrontPage 2002 Flash Tutorials
Below are six Flash tutorials for FrontPage. These visual guides will show you step-by-step how to use FrontPage's most common features. You will need FrontPage extensions enabled for your account in order to use FrontPage. If you do not have the extensions enabled already, E-Mail mailroom@lex ...
- Can I use FrontPage 2003?
It is possible to use FrontPage2003 with the extensions on our server. However, some of the advanced database features will not work.
- I cannot publish with Microsoft FrontPage to my account
All accounts do NOT come with Frontpage extensions by default. You must request them for your account by E-Mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have already requested the extensions and are still having a problem, please let us know.
- Can I use Frontpage with Shopsite?
Yes you can, although there may be some permission problems between the two systems. If you are experiencing a problem with publishing your Frontpage web while running Shopsite, let us know and we can provide you with a workaround.
- I cannot get my FrontPage pages to work with my Access database
Our servers do not work with Microsoft Access. We solely run Linux servers, which do not work with Access databases or ASP pages.
- Microsoft Expression Web
In December 2006 Microsoft replaced Frontpage with Expression Web (part of Microsoft Expression Studio). Expression Web is a web authoring tool aimed more at professional web designers, and designed to provide standards-compliant page design using the WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) int ...
- How to create a sub web in Frontpage
To create a sub web in Microsoft Frontpage 2000 or 2002: 1. Open your FrontPage Web 2. Create a folder that has the name of your web (Note: NO SPACES ALLOWED, SPACES WILL DAMAGE YOUR WEB SITE! Use numbers, letters and underscores "_" only.) 3. Place any files you want in your sub web in the ...