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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by melonhead, Oct 31, 2007.

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  1. melonhead

    melonhead Thread Starter

    May 6, 2002
    I have been using ipower.com for my web server for a number of years. They are changing platforms. I am in the new platform and now they cannot publish Frontpage Extensions from Expression web.(the upgrade from Frontpage) After spending about 40 hours on hold, they told me that they do not have the technology yet. I have a little trouble understanding when I could publish perfectly fine with the old platform.

    Anyway, has anyone had a good experience with a webserver? And have you published with Expression Web at this site?

  2. metweek


    Jun 6, 2003
    You should really rephrase your question I thought you were asking about web server software (Apache, IIS, WebSphere). Suggest using the phrase web hosting company.

    I work for a web hosting company and we have Front Page Extensions running on our Linux and Windows hosting servers. I haven't personally supported people using Expression Web with Front Page Extensions but I know that our servers work with Front Page 2003. Most clients use FTP of course. That is always an option.
  3. haswalt


    Nov 22, 2004
    Same here, our server linux and windows support frontpage extensions.

    But his may be of some help to both of you:

    You see frontpage and treh server extensions are entirely obsoltele and only kept now as legacy support for frontpage users.

    As metweek says most people either use FPT or our inbuitl File manager. We use cPanel on our systems.

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