FrontPage Extensions in Shared Hosting
You can easily make and upload your website by using FrontPage, because all of the Linux shared hosting packages that we supply support FrontPage Extensions. Although quite a few other providers cease the support for this feature, we leave it to you to decide whether you'll continue using FrontPage or you will switch to some other website design application and we have no plans for this to change. As soon as you sign in to the Hepsia Control Panel, which will be used to manage your new website hosting account, you can enable FrontPage extensions for any domain which you host or subdomain which you create with just two clicks. The feature is enabled straight away and our system will add the FrontPage Extensions system files inside the selected folder, therefore you will be able to go ahead and upload your website files without any difficulty. If you prefer to switch to a different app for your website, deactivating FrontPage Extensions is just as simple.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Hosting
FrontPage Extensions is among the features that are featured with our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages. Unlike other website hosting providers, we have decided not to stop it and to leave the choice of web design app to you. FrontPage Extensions can be activated for a particular domain name or subdomain, not for the account in general, so our system will place the required system files only in the folder where you need them, while in other folders you are able to set up any script-driven application or use another website design software for a website that will be either an addition to the main one or a standalone one. It will take you a few clicks to activate FrontPage Extensions through the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia Control Panel that comes with the semi-dedicated accounts and it is just as quick to deactivate them. When you use our website hosting solutions, you won't have to waste years of work in case you had hosted your website with some other company until now.