extensions are "webbot" components, like forms and counters, that are built into
the FrontPage software. Some of the things FrontPage extensions can do include:
making hit counters, formmail, and file upload.
2. Do you support Frontpage extensions?
Yes, we support Frontpage extensions 98/2000 and 2002.
3. What is the charge for installation of FrontPage Extensions?
2000/2002 extensions are available for all Windows 2000 clients. There are no
additional charges. Just write to us at email@example.com
to install them.
4. When do I need FrontPage Extensions?
extensions are server-side extensions for Web servers which allow the Microsoft
FrontPage client to transfer data and files back and forth. They also provide
special functionality that works hand in hand with the scripts you can easily
add to your website through FrontPage such as the FrontPage Discussion Forums.
will need to install FP extensions only when you want to take full advantage of
all the FrontPage features. This includes features such a full-text searching,
one-button publishing and threaded discussion groups.
5. How do I publish my FrontPage pages to the Internet?
must first request for installation of FrontPage extension to your domain and
you must publish your pages using MS FrontPage's built-in publishing tool.
How do I do that?
Microsoft has released
an excellent tutorial for FrontPage users, which includes a detailed explanation
of how to use the publishing tool. Here's how to find it:
Go to the MSDN library page, at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp.
2. In the side bar, click on + Office Solutions Development. 3. Click
on + Microsoft FrontPage. 4. Click on + Microsoft FrontPage 2000. 5.
Click on + Tutorial. 6. Click on + Lesson 2: Designing and Publishing the
Millennium Celebration Web. 7. Click on + Publishing the Millennium Celebration
6. Why can't I use FTP or a shell account to upload, edit, or move FrontPage pages?
runs inside the Apache server. Thus, when we enable FrontPage for a domain, everything
for that domain must be owned by dhapache (the user that Apache runs as). There
is no way around this.
If you enable FrontPage extensions for your domain,
you will no longer be able to edit files outside of the FrontPage program, and
you won't be able to publish, delete, or move stuff via a shell account or FTP.
If at some future date you no longer wish to use FrontPage extensions,
contact Tech Support to remove the Frontpage extension.