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I had a similar experience. Perhaps this advice (from my Web Hosting provider thinkhost.com will help (However I was using FP 2003):
You can publish your web site from a copy on your own computer to your hosting account , or you can edit your web page directly on our server making the changes instantly available without having to publish.
To publish from your computer to our server:
* Open the copy of the web site you have on your computer
* Go to "File" then "Publish Web" on the FrontPage menu
You will be then prompted for your hosting username and the password you assigned when installing Frontpage extensions.
To work on the live version of your site, open the web by going to File --> Open Web menu, and then typing in the web address for your site.
In this scenario, when you create or edit a file, you're editing it directly on the server, and therefore do not need to upload it, as it will already be there. Exercise caution, because if you make a mistake there really is no way to fix it, as the changes are instantly made on the server.
When using this method, we suggest you make a backup copy of your files in case a problem develops. Clients are responsible for maintaining their own backups.
We strongly recommend not using FrontPage's FTP feature for uploading - all publishing should be via the http:// publishing option. The reason for this is that we've noticed many clients who are not familiar with the FrontPage FTP feature tend to accidentally delete critical folders or upload to the wrong folders. Using the http:// publishing option ensures that your site will be uploaded to the right folder in your account.
Whatever other web editing software you intend to use later does not matter. Simply try to open the templates, folders/files in Internet Explorer and for editing/building use Microsoft Frontpage or Microsft WebExpression. If the CD opens you will get instructions from the CD as to what to do & how to!.......sodeep
forget frontpage.. it is useless, download Kompozer, it is much much better at designing websites than frontpage, alot easier to use and free because it is an Opensource product!! go to www.kompozer.net this is a top product and im using it and have used it to design previouse websites. enjoy!
hi, to be straight Microsoft Frontpage and Office 2003 is not the same. They do differ. *. Microsoft frontpage is a web site building application. It is also called a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor. Using this you can build your own website and publish it in internet. It is fully loaded and various website solely use this a web-code generator. check this site for instance www.assammedicalcollege.org made with frontpage. *. Microsoft office 2003 on the other hand comprises of a number of CDs'.
--In the 1st CD you have Microsoft word, Microsoft excel, Microsoft powerpoint, Microsoft Access, Microsoft outlook etc. --- in the 2nd Cd you have Microsoft Frontpage. -- In the 3rd you have Microsoft Visual Basic and Microsoft SQL probably.
Generally people install the 1st Cd with word, excel, powerpoint and access.
Hope it helps. would be glad if this information is rated helpful.