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Free webhost w/FPSE???

by cberry / December 9, 2004 1:39 AM PST

I'm looking for a webhost that is free and supports Front Page Server Estensions.

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 9, 2004 1:45 AM PST
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Re: Free webhost w/FPSE???
by Yew / December 9, 2004 3:08 AM PST
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Don't use FrontPage, and you won't have problems.

Really, HTML is not that difficult to pick up. Most people could probably get the basics down in an afternoon. Straight HTML is one of those wonderful things that tends to Just Work(tm) in any browser, on any host, on any operating system. FrontPage doesn't produce straight HTML, hence the problems.

And those server extensions tend to be security problems, so most hosts (free or otherwise) won't bother. You generally have to be running MS's web server, which is about as secure as any Microsoft product.

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