If you have navigational bars on top or to the left in your web site, you cannot use ‘Insert-file’ into an existing web page. If you do FrontPage will create a non-working web page!
Instead you must use the following method to add the page:
Now, your page should appear like the other pages in your web site and the navigation structure should include the new page.
The look-and-feel of the web page generated by SpreadsheetConverter is defined by a number of style sheets in the header of the HTML-file. By changing the style sheet values the page layout will change.
You can also open up the page in FrontPage or Dreamweaver and change the layout and look-and-feel. All calculations will continue to work as normal.
When you create a form to be used by a web server that supports FrontPage Server Extensions (for example Microsoft IIS or Apache), follow these steps:
You can use our free or advanced service.
If your web server supports Perl, formmail.pl is an alternative. See http://www.formmail.com/
If you use a Windows server, look at formmail.asp
or if you prefer ASP.NET
If you use PHP, here are some
For Java, see
and “Java Servlets Developer’s Guide” published by McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media Group
Windows SharePoint Service will replace Frontpage Extensions, see
Yes, you can use Frontpage extension for that.
You have to add a submit-button and have some kind of webserver to receive the submit.
Flash movie showing how to save into Access database using Frontpage extension:
The advanced service will let you store the data into a database on our server. The data can be retrieved as HTML and Excel-reports.
Create a new web page in Frontpage, then do as “Insert a spreadsheet on an existing web page” on page 42 in the SpreadsheetConverter manual.
We generate a plain HTML-form, as long as you do not rename the controls, you can edit the web page.
You can confirm that FPSE was successfully installed and are functional by browsing to the page “_vti_inf.html” at the root of your domain. For example –http://www.mydomainname.com/_vti_inf.html . If the FrontPage configuration page loads then that is your confirmation page. A “page cannot be found” or other such server error would indicate that FPSE needs to be installed or reinstalled by the host.
No, Frontpage Extensions has been discontinued by Microsoft.
However, as of December 18, 2010, Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions (FPSE) 2002 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 RTM is supported by Ready-to-Run Software. For support and servicing, contact Ready-to-Run Software, Inc
You can download Frontpage Extensions for IIS 7.0 athttp://www.iis.net/community/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630