FrontPage Extensions in Shared Web Hosting
You can build and upload your website by using FrontPage, because all the Linux shared web hosting services that we offer support FrontPage Extensions. Though many other providers discontinue the support for this feature, we leave it to you to decide whether you will continue using FrontPage or you will move to another type of web design app and we have no plans for this to change. As soon as you log in to your Hepsia Control Panel, which will be used to manage your brand new web hosting account, you can enable FrontPage extensions for any domain name which you host or subdomain that you create with barely two clicks. The feature will be enabled right away and our system will add the FrontPage Extensions system files in the selected folder, which means that you'll be able to proceed and upload your website files without any hassle. In case you prefer to move to a different app for your site, deactivating FrontPage Extensions is just as simple.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Hosting
FrontPage Extensions are available with all semi-dedicated server accounts that we offer and we don't plan to remove this characteristic from our plans, which means that you will not be forced to change companies or the website design app which you use as you have to do with a lot of providers nowadays. It is our belief that many years of work shouldn't be wasted, so in case you move a website created with FrontPage here, it'll function properly and you will be able to host it on our cloud platform long term. You can activate the feature with just a couple of clicks inside your account - sign in to the Hepsia Control Panel, head to the Hosted Domains section, click on the Edit button for a given domain/subdomain, then click on the FrontPage Extensions option which you will find and you will be ready. Our system will do the rest, so you can proceed and upload your web content without the need to do anything else manually. In order to deactivate the feature, you can follow the very same steps.