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what happens to subwebs if FP Extensions are turned off?

what happens to subwebs if FP Extensions are turned off?

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Yahoo Web Hosting recently gave notice that they will no longer support FP Extensions after Sept, 2011. This is not a big worry for me as I now use Expression Web to author but my overall web site has many FP subwebs. Using Expression Web with FP Extensions, I can currently publish to / update each of these subwebs separately.

So: Does anybody know what happens to these subwebs when FP extensions are removed from the host server? Is it possible to publish/update separate subdirectories using FTP? (Expression Web supports FTP publishing.) If anybody here can give me a hint before I start experimenting I'd appreciate it. Thanx!

RE: what happens to subwebs if FP Extensions are turned off?

It really does depend on whether you are using FP extensions at all.  It is basically a lot of the features that need special server code behind for certain effects.  If you keep to std ASP, then it is not a problem.

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