Whitepaper on Transitioning to Microsoft Expression Web from Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003

The Expression Web team has published a white paper to help FrontPage users make the leap not only to Expression Web but also into the world of Web standards, this white paper:

  • Outlines the differences between FrontPage 2003 and Expression Web.

  • Introduces the Expression Web workspace. • Discusses Web standards.

  • Provides information on how to work with your existing site, including FrontPage Web components, themes, and shared borders, in Expression Web.

  • Introduces ASP.NET support and data integration available in Expression Web.

This whitepaper will be available for download from the Expression website very soon; until then, here's the direct URL: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/f/2/ff2d736a-9ec6-4e3b-b094-d782aa7cda72/Microsoft_FrontPage_to_Expression_Web.doc

Comments (5)

  1. anony.muos says:

    Please support PHP. Then ur product will sell like hot cakes.

  2. mlbuie says:

    I agree with "someone". Support PHP; then ur product will sell like hot cakes.

  3. Dean Gross says:

    I saw this article last week but could not remember where, so I used MS Live Search and had no luck finding it, then I went to MS Download and its not listed there as being associated with FrontPage or Expression. Please make this easier to find it is great. Also please talk to the SharePoint Designer team about creating a companion document for that product.



  4. Expression Web Team says:

    Hi dlgross,

    Thanks for your feedback. You’re right, this whitepaper should be easier to find. We’ll see if we can improve this. One place you can count on finding a link to this whitepaper is from the website for the Expression family of products. Here’s the URL that lists the whitepaper and provides a link to it:



    Microsoft Expression Web

  5. Dua Mairaj says:

    Very nice Sharing guys do more like that and keep it up

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