Step 1: Click Remote Web Site at the bottom of the FrontPage window to view the remote web site section.
Step 2: Click Remote Web Site Properties... to set up a new remote web site.
Step 3: Make sure the FrontPage or SharePoint Services radio button is selected in the Remote Web Site Properties window.
Step 4: Enter the website to upload your site to in the Remote Web site location field in the Remote Web Site Properties window.
Step 5: Click the OK button in the Remote Web Site Properties window.
Step 6: Enter your username and password for the FrontPage site into the appropriate fields in the Connect to (sitename) dialogue.
Step 7: In the Folder List column on the left of the FrontPage window, right-click on the file or folder you wish to upload to the server, then select Publish Selected Files... from the contextual menu.
Step 8: The files will be uploaded to the server, and be accessible at http://yourservername/filename.
Step 9: To upload more files, just repeat Step 7.
Microsoft Frontpage Extensions have reached their End Of Life (EOL)
During mid 2006 Microsoft announced that they discontinued the development of Microsoft FrontPage and server extensions, and will cease supporting it, due to it having reached the end of it's economical life.
Since 2006, we have continued to support FrontPage Extensions to clients, however as Microsoft no longer provides any security updates for the extensions, FrontPage extensions potentially could pose a security threat to the servers. Therefore we are announcing that FrontPage extensions on our Network have reached the end of their life as of 17/12/2008. Most hosting providers have already ceased supporting and providing FrontPage extensions, and we are one of the last to still provide them. The servers will continue to support FrontPage extensions for the time being, but Frontpage extensions could be withdrawn at any time in the future without further announcement, and we will no longer be offering any technical support for FrontPage extensions if you are having trouble with them. If you do use Microsoft FrontPage, you can instead upload your website without FrontPage extensions by using FTP, which will continue to be supported.