This section explains how to use Microsoft FrontPage to manage your Web site.
We no longer support Microsoft FrontPage. Customers who use FrontPage should switch to a different program.
We no longer recommend Microsoft FrontPage, a software program used to design and publish Web sites.
You can activate FrontPage Server Extensions using the account management control panel.
You can also disable FrontPage Server Extensions using the account management control panel.
Explains how to publish (upload) your Web site files using FrontPage.
If you have trouble publishing with FrontPage, try disabling and reactivating the FrontPage Server Extensions.
Microsoft FrontPage users should not use FTP to publish Web site files.
You can change your FrontPage password using a Web browser.
If you have a computer crash and you lose your own copy of the FrontPage files, you can copy them from the server back to your computer.
If FrontPage isn't publishing all the files of your site, this article will help.
You need to connect directly to the FrontPage server to use some items in the FrontPage Tools menu.
Although you can use FrontPage Express, the program is not the same as the standard FrontPage software.
We don't recommend using Java applets (including "hover buttons") as navigation buttons on your Web site.