FrontPage Extensions in Shared Website Hosting
Unlike a lot of web hosting service providers out there, we do not intend to stop the support of FrontPage Extensions on our servers and this specific feature comes with every single Linux shared website hosting package that we offer. We acknowledge the possibility that if you are switching companies and you're moving your existing site, you've probably worked on it through the years, that's why we give you the chance to select if you will work with some other app to rebuild the website or use the content that you already own and avoid losing long years of work. Enabling FrontPage Extensions on our end takes just a click in the Hosted Domains area of the Hepsia Control Panel and you can use them separately for every single domain or subdomain that you have in the account. Then you are able to upload your website since our system will add in the necessary FrontPage files in the domain folder, and you won't have to do anything else yourself.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Hosting
FrontPage Extensions is one of the attributes which come with all our Linux semi-dedicated packages. Unlike other hosting service providers, we have decided not to discontinue it and to leave the choice of website design application for you. FrontPage Extensions can be enabled for a specific domain name or subdomain, not for the account as a whole, which means that our system will place the required system files only in the folder where you need them, while in other folders you will be able to install any kind of script-driven application or use some other website design software for a website that will be either an addition to the main one or a separate one. It will take you a few clicks to enable FrontPage Extensions from the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia Control Panel which comes with the semi-dedicated accounts and it is just as easy to deactivate them. When you use our website hosting services, you won't have to waste years of work if you had hosted your site with some other company so far.