|Posted on Sunday, February 24, 2002 - 1:29 am: |
This question relates to FrontPage 2000. I have designed a webpage using FrontPage 2000, but I can not publish the full site because my ISP does not use FrontPage Server Extensions (With my DSL service I can not change ISPs). The problem arises when forms and hit counters are used on the site. I had to remove my guestbook and some other forms I had on the site, to publish what I have now. Is there a fairly easy way to change the HTML so that the server extensions are no longer needed? I know some HTML and I can work my way through it to manipulate it, but with this I am not really sure what to look for. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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|Posted on Sunday, February 24, 2002 - 10:57 am: |
well, i worked around it by making my web pages in notepad, configuring it with the cgi up on the server, as in copy and paste a few things. but you can ftp your page up there. as another solution. create it in frontpage, and then ftp the page to your directory. then you need to check that it all works. mind you, you may crash the account if you don't do it right. i had to play with it a bit and did such things, which locked me out, and i had to cancel my account, for the web site, and then sign back up, then send my pages and pic, et. to the server
|Posted on Tuesday, March 5, 2002 - 7:19 pm: |
Sorry it took awhile to respond and thanks for the tip. When you did this how did you know what to remove to get all the FP requirements out of the web (or was this trial and error).