FrontPage Extensions in Shared Hosting
We support FrontPage Extensions with each shared hosting package that we supply and unlike the majority of website hosting providers these days, we will not discontinue this particularfeature, so it will be up to you whether you'll start and maintain your web presence employing FrontPage or another web design software. After all, in case you are moving your existing website to our servers, it's likely that you've spent money, time and efforts and we would not want all of that to be in vain. You're able to enable FrontPage Extensions independently for each and every domain or subdomain from the Hepsia Control Panel, so it will not be a problem to have the main site made with FrontPage and employ a script application in a subdomain for a message board, for instance - they won't conflict in any way. When you decide that you would like to move to a different 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 services support FrontPage extensions, so if you want to use a site made with this application, you will not have any problems to host it on our hi-tech cloud hosting platform. In contrast to numerous website hosting suppliers on the market, we will not discontinue the support for this feature and we will not force you to switch the web design application that you use since we believe this is none of our business. All you need to do to enable FrontPage Extensions is click on a button in the Hosted Domains section of the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, and due to the fact that you'll be able to do this per domain/subdomain, you can still use script-driven apps for other sites without interference. For instance, the main site can be created with FrontPage, whereas a forum script can be set up in a subdomain as an add-on to the main website. Using our services, you are free to pick how you will create your world wide web presence and we'll never restrict you in this regard.