FrontPage Extensions in Shared Hosting
While many web hosting service providers today cease their support for FrontPage Extensions, we don't have such plans. We think that you should not be limited regarding the software which you're able to use in order to build your website and it is best to have a choice whether you will employ FrontPage or some other application. In case you already have a site, you can easily move it over in order to avoid losing years of work because FrontPage Extensions are supported with all our shared hosting plans without exception. You could activate them for any domain or subdomain inside your account by pressing the Edit button for it inside the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel. Activating this option takes just a few clicks then our system will add all the required FrontPage system files inside the domain/subdomain folder, so all that you'll need to do after that will be to upload your website files.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting support FrontPage extensions, which means that if you would like to use a website created with this application, you won't have any kind of problems to host it on our modern cloud web hosting platform. In contrast to a large number of hosting suppliers out there, we won't stop the support for this feature and we will not force you to switch the website design application which you use because we believe this is none of our business. All you need to do to activate FrontPage Extensions is click on a button in the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, and due to the fact that you're able to do this per domain/subdomain, you can still take advantage of script-driven apps for other websites with no interference. For instance, the main site can be created with FrontPage, whereas a forum script can be set up in a subdomain as an addition to the main site. With our services, you are free to pick how you'll create your online presence and we will never restrict you in this regard.