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Old 05-07-2013, 05:57 AM   #1
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My Web Site Is No Longer Technologically Current. It is Microsoft Front Page. They stopped making it in 2003, 10 years ago.

My site host, stopped something called Front Page Shared Point Services, or some sort of ramble, mombo jumbo, which boils down to my site is locked in time, and I can no longer update or change it.

I contacted GoDaddy, and have tried a couple of things, and I am still stumped.

I am 56, and no longer the sharpest knife in the drawer.

Can someone recommend some course of action, an old Front Page user could jump to, without getting to complicated?



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You can create web pages with Front page and upload the saved document with an FTP client. Front page is nothing more than a HTML generator. HTML is still HTML.

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