What is FrontPage? Microsoft FrontPage is a WYSIWYG HTML editor and web site administration tool from Microsoft for the Windows operating system. It is part of Microsoft Office and included in some versions of the popular bundle.
Frontpage is often compared with Macromedia Dreamweaver. FrontPage was initially created by the Cambridge, Massachusetts company Vermeer Technologies Incorporated, evidence of which can be easily spotted in filenames and directories prefixed _vti_ in web sites created using FrontPage. Vermeer was acquired by Microsoft in 1996 specifically so that Microsoft could add FrontPage to its product line-up. It is perfect for editing web site design templates. View our FrontPage web site design templates.
Professional design, authoring, data, and publishing tools
to create sophisticated Web sites
New layout and graphics tools make it easier to design
exactly the site you want
Design tools to generate better code, or expand your code
With professional coding tools, write code faster, more
efficiently, and with greater accuracy
Enhanced publishing features and options help get your Web pages online more quickly
Microsoft FrontPage 2003 provides the features, flexibility, and functionality to help you build better Web sites. It includes the professional design, authoring, data, and publishing tools needed to create dynamic and sophisticated Web sites.
You can often find Microsoft FrontPage at a discount on eBay. A software store may have gotten surplus copies of Microsoft FrontPage or wish to reduce their Microsoft FrontPage inventory due to an updated version and will sell new copies of FrontPage at a reduced cost. There are also educational versions of Microsoft FrontPage availale for students and schools. If you already have a Microsoft FrontPage product, product upgrades are also available for purchase. Before you bid on an auction, make sure that the FrontPage products says the product is "new and in a retail box".
Following are Microsoft FrontPage software auctions on eBay.