Apparently, frontpage has been ditched for this other: Sharepoint.
I don't know what this works like, but it sounds to me quite cumbersome and complex, and even though I have Office 2007, I don't have this Sharepoint program installed; it is not even on the installation disc.
I guess I would need to download it from a website? For a price, of course...
What happened to old reliable Frontpage anyway? I got it with windows 2003 with no extra cost, and was a piece of cake to use.
Another web design program which has replaced frontpage now is Web Experience or something of that name. Could cost over a hundred £s to buy! So I take it they've not included a web developer in Office 2007...Disappointing!
Next they'll be brining something else out and the last one will be then obsolete.
I have frontpage 2003 still on disc, and I would like to use it to create a website now, but I am told it is incompatible with Office 2007. So I am not happy about that. I liked frontpage. It was not complex, and it was user-friendly.
So what next? Should I go for this Sharepoint? I read that microsoft are giving it away on free download, but I don't trust to download it.
I reckon Sharepoint would be cumbersome anyway, and you have to download updates to use it. I hate downloading updates, especially when I don't exactly know what they are for, and what could happen if I download them.
I love website building and am used to Frontpage. Now frontpage is incompatible with 2007, and I'm at sea without a paddle...!