FrontPage Extensions in Shared Web Hosting
We support FrontPage Extensions with each and every shared web hosting package that we supply and unlike the vast majority of hosting companies nowadays, we will not discontinue thisfeature, so it is up to you whether you will create and maintain your online presence by using FrontPage or another web design software. After all, if you are moving an existing website to our servers, it is likely that you have spent time, money and efforts and we wouldn't want all of that to go in vain. You are able to activate FrontPage Extensions individually for each domain name or subdomain through the Hepsia Control Panel, and it will not be a problem to have the main website made with FrontPage and employ a script application in a subdomain for a forum, for example - they will not conflict in any way. In case you decide that you would like to move to some other platform, you will be able to deactivate FrontPage Extensions with only a few clicks.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages support FrontPage extensions, therefore if you want to use a site made with this app, you won't have any issues to host it on our cutting-edge cloud web hosting platform. In contrast to many hosting providers on the market, we won't discontinue the support for this feature and we won't force you to change the website design application that you use because we believe this is none of our business. All you have to do to activate FrontPage Extensions is click on a button in the Hosted Domains area of the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, and considering the fact that you are able to do this per domain/subdomain, you can still work with script-driven apps for other sites without any interference. For instance, the main website can be created with FrontPage, whereas a forum script can be set up in a subdomain as an add-on to the main site. When you use our services, you are free to select how you'll build your web presence and we'll never limit you in this regard.