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Finding Front-Page on the Net....PLx help....

Finding Front-Page on the Net....PLx help....

Finding Front-Page on the Net....PLx help....

Okay, I know that I've heard some people say that they have uploaded Front Page off of the internet for free to use. I'm wondering where you go to do that. I would really like to have front page to help me with my HTML stuff on my other page (weird sounding,I know, but it helps me).  Please, if you can give me the address.


RE: Finding Front-Page on the Net....PLx help....

FrontPage Express was a core component in Internet Explorer 4.0 and it was free. If you can find an old cd laying around you can get FrontPage Express that way. Good luck finding it on the net. Microsoft has pulled 4.0 and most links now point to I.E. 5.5

RE: Finding Front-Page on the Net....PLx help....

If you want to find older versions of browers, they are available on the Internet for web managers who want to check compatability.  I had to find an older version of IE for someone who still has a DOS (seriously) computer.  I don't recall the web site address, but you should be able to run a search for Internet Explorer or browsers and find one.

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