Site Created With Microsoft FrontPage 

FrontPage Quick Start 

All 1stcom's FrontPage sites have the FrontPage 98 extensions installed and are available for use by all of our FrontPage clients.

Please Note:

The Copy Web/Publish Web function will not work properly
until your domain name is "Live" on our servers.
If you have requested for your site to be FrontPage ready,
you will receive an e-mail when you can begin using FrontPage.

If you are still using FrontPage 97, please refer to these instructions.

Please note:

Before publishing your site, you must first establish a connection to your Internet Service Provider.

Publishing Your FrontPage 98 Web To The Server

"Open Front Page Web" dialogue boxes
1. Open your site locally through FrontPage Explorer, by using the "File" pulldown menu, and selecting "Open FrontPage Web". 

2. In the "Getting Started" dialog box, select "Open an Existing FrontPage Web" and choose the FrontPage web you want to open. Click "More Webs" if the web you want to open is not listed. 

3. When the web loads into FrontPage Explorer, select "Publish FrontPage Web" from the "File" pulldown menu. 

4. Enter the Destination Web Server "". 

5. Enter the username and password for your hosting account. 


Updating Your FrontPage Web

This is the best way to update your site. 

This allows you to make fast, instant updates to your site on our server. In order to save a copy of the web to your local hard drive, simply publish the web to a location on your hard drive.

  1. Open your site on our server through FrontPage Explorer.
  2. Double-Click on the page that you need to edit (this will open your page in the FrontPage Editor).
  3. Make all necessary updates to your page.
  4. From the File Menu, select Save.


Please Note:   We can not Create /Sub-Webs/Child-Web

  1. You will be notified when we are able to create the sub-web. 


For Additional Help:

Visit 1stcom's FrontPage Resources Page

Visit 1stcom's Common FrontPage Errors Page

To ask technical questions or report problems, email

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