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Guest Jon Hacking

1) Is TCH still accepting FP sites? Mine is built with FP & depends on the FPSE for the automatic link-bar generation (mostly). My (wonderful) old host sold out to nitwits, so I'm looking for a host with FPSE support. Current site (svOcelot.com) is 1GB & takes ~30GB/mo, so not big by your standards.

 

2) How long will TCH continue supporting FPSE? My site has 1,000 pages, so I really need some semi-automatic way to manage link-bars.

 

3) Can TCH provide any help with migrating my site off FPSE? For instance, is there a library (or something) where I could define my site's page structure (hierarchy) in a single (xml?) file, & then have a series of routines (JavaScript?) that would generate nav-bars or (even better) fly-outs? I'm a programmer, so can do some work, but I'd rather not reinvent the wheel if possible. I realize that FPSE is a pain for hosting companies, but I haven't found an easy migration path & I'd love some help.

 

Thanks! -- Jon Hacking s/v Ocelot

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My site youneverknow dot com has been hosted by TCH for Many years now and my site was built with FP. Could someone please explain how it is still hosted here?

Thanks, youneverknow

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I have checked your domain youn****know.com and can find that it contains only basic html files, not really using any FrontPage components. You only used FrontPage to publish the site and hence the site is working fine. As of now, you can edit the site through the option HTML Editor in cPanel => File Manager or can try any other web development tools, as you wish.

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