FrontPage Extensions in Shared Website Hosting
Unlike a number of hosting companies on the market, we do not intend to stop the support of FrontPage Extensions on any of our servers and this particular attribute is available with every single Linux shared website hosting package that we supply. We acknowledge the fact that if you're changing companies and you are moving an active site, you've probably worked tirelessly on it through the years, so we give you the chance to select whether you will work with some other application to rebuild your site or employ the content which you already have and avoid losing long years of work. Enabling FrontPage Extensions on our end takes just a click inside the Hosted Domains area of the Hepsia Control Panel and you'll be able to use them separately for each individual domain or subdomain that you have in your account. After that you can upload your website since our system will include the required FrontPage files in the domain folder, therefore you won't need to do anything else yourself.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Hosting
FrontPage Extensions is one of the attributes that come with all our Linux semi-dedicated packages. Unlike other website hosting suppliers, we've decided not to stop it and to leave the choice of web design app to you. FrontPage Extensions can be activated for a specific domain name or subdomain, not for the account as a whole, therefore our system will add the required system files only in the folder where you need them, while in other folders you can set up any script-driven app or use any other website design software for a website which will be either an add-on to the main one or a separate one. It'll take you just a couple of clicks to enable FrontPage Extensions through the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia Control Panel that is included with the semi-dedicated accounts and it's just as easy to deactivate them. When you use our hosting services, you will not have to waste long years of work in case you had hosted your site with another company so far.