Using Microsoft Frontpage to create your website
Microsoft Frontpage is a popular HTML editor. It is referred to as a WYSIWYG editor (What You See Is What You Get). This is because, as you develop your pages, you get to see what they look like. This is different from developing pages by hand, as you must know the HTML code to have the page displayed properly, and often requires that you view the page several times, to get the code right.
NOTE: Generally you should wait until your domain name is resolving to our servers, before you attempt to publish with Frontpage.
This tutorial will illustrate how you can go about creating a simple page using Frontpage 2000.
NOTE: The version of Frontpage extensions available on the server currently do not support Frontpage 98. We are not sure if the extensions ever will again. We believe Microsoft has dropped support for Frontpage 98 in their latest extensions package. Because of this, if you are having trouble connecting with Frontpage 98, try upgrading to Frontpage 2000 or newer.
To create a page in Frontpage, click on File --> New. This will bring up a blank page. Type something on this page, such as This is a simple page. Now click on File --> Save As and name the file. Be sure to give the file a .html extension. If you want the file to be your main file, the page that is displayed when someone visits yourdomain.com, name the file index.html.
Now you will need to publish the page to your site, click on File --> Publish Web.
You should see a dialog box similiar to:
Click on the Options button.
In box below Specify the location to publish your site to: enter the full URL for your site. If this is the first time you are publishing your site, select Publish all pages, overwriting any already on the destination. Also check the Include subwebs checkbox. Your dialog box should look similar to:
Click on the Publish button. You will be prompted to enter your username and password.
This is the same username and password you use to access the Control Panel portion of your website. Frontpage will begin publishing your site.
After Frontpage is done publishing your site, you should see a dialog similar to:
You should be able to go to your website and see the new page you published.
If you have any server-related problems, you can contact us. If you have any problems with Frontpage, you will need to contact Microsoft.
2010.11.01 Digital telephone & PBX services expanded
Over the summer of 2010 OpenAccess has rolled out digital telephone service for ourselves, affiliated companies and a few customers who were willing to be 'guinea pigs'. Overall things went better than we expected and we are now opening up our digital telephone service plans to more customers.
2010.10.21 IPv6 Transition
OpenAccess will be having a mid range time line for adoption and implementation of IPv6. As most people know who are reading this, there is a certain 'chicken & egg' problem with IPv6 in as much for any organization to move to IPv6 requires that other organizations have moved to IPv6.
2010.07.15 NAS.COM wholesale VPS and WebHosting services
This fall, OpenAccess will be re-purposing the 'nas.com' domain name to provide VPS and WebHosting services, primarily wholesale to web developers. If you have an e-mail address @nas.com, or a personal website located at http://www.nas.com/~yourusername, those services will continue be supported although we will not be accepting new accounts.
2010.02.22 Joomla auto install wizard now available.
Due to popular request, we now have a Joomla auto-installer available on our newer cPanel® servers. This allows customers to quickly and easily install Joomla on their website. The auto-installer is available under the 'site software' section in the administrative interface of your webhosting account.
2009.10.25 OpenAccess begins internal testing for Windows 2008 Server hosting solutions.
OpenAccess is happy to finally be able to announce that we are beginning internal testing of cPanelŽ/Enkompass as a platform for our customers to be able to deliver Windows(c) 2008 Server solutions on.
2007.09.26 Changes in paper billing system.
Effective January 1st 2008 we will be doing what most of our competitors have been doing for years and adding a $1.00 surcharge for paper invoices.
2007.05.30 New web servers in production.
In May we got two new web servers in production. These machines are based out of our facilities in Seattle and were needed as we have about hit capacity on our existing webhosting infrastructure.
2007.03.15 Additional nationwide and global network capacity added.
OpenAccess is glad to announce that we have put into production a new circuit providing us with direct Tier-1 nationwide and global Internet transport.
2007.01.17 Verizon DSL speed upgrades complete
Today we did the work to convert all NAS.COM customers over to our faster connection into Verizon. Everybody should be seeing performance increases.
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