Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Extensions

Microsoft FrontPage Extensions are needed to "publish" your web site using Microsoft FrontPage.

FrontPage Extensions are NOT rquired if you wish to design a simple site and upload it to the web server using an FTP program. Also, your website can be hosted on either a Linux server or a Windows server.

If you do use some of the "extensions" included with FrontPage then you MUST "publish" your web site data with FrontPage.

You will need to make a specific request to Red Rook for this feature to be enabled. It is a FREE service and is available on most of our web hosting plans.

Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Extensions are also backwards compatible with Microsoft FrontPage 2000.

More information on Microsoft FrontPage and Microsoft FrontPage Extensions can be found at www.microsoft.com/frontpage or you can contact Red Rook.

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