What are the Microsoft FrontPage Extensions? Just what exactly are they used for?
FrontPage Extensions are system files that have to be available on a web server for particular features of sites created with Microsoft FrontPage to work appropriately. When these files aren't on the server, the Internet sites will still work, but with limited functionality and they may display errors from time to time. In addition, if your website hosting provider has FrontPage Extensions on their servers, you'll be able to publish your content from the application, eliminating the need to work with any kind of third-party FTP client in order to upload files. All that you need to do is to enter you web hosting account FTP information in the FrontPage settings and the application will do all the rest. Future updates can be done in the same way, which makes FrontPage an excellent choice for people with little or no experience.
FrontPage Extensions in Shared Hosting
You're able to create and upload your site using FrontPage, since all the shared hosting
that we provide support FrontPage Extensions. Though quite a few other providers stop the support for this feature, we leave it to you to decide whether you will continue using FrontPage or you will move to another type of website design app and we have no plans for this to change. As soon as you log in to your Hepsia Control Panel, that will be used to manage your brand new web hosting account, you can activate FrontPage extensions for any domain that you host or subdomain which you create with just two clicks. The feature will be activated straight away and our system will add the FrontPage Extensions system files inside the selected folder, so you're able to go ahead and upload your site files without any difficulty. If you choose to move to a different application for your site, disabling FrontPage Extensions is just as simple.