Secure Server - SSL
All of our web hosting plans come with SSL
(https) included. We use a 128bit certificate for maximum security
for us and your website.
Any of your files (HTML, Images, CGI, logs,
etc.) can be called from their location on your web account using
The # symbol is the number from 1 and up
according to which server you are on. The username is your main
site username. This information was provided in your web hosting
account setup email. If you need to obtain this information, you
can issue a
If you wanted to securely access your
homepage, it would be as follows (assuming your home page is named
Microsoft® FrontPage® and SSL
We support Microsoft FrontPage on our
servers. You can publish your website via Microsoft FrontPage as
we do support the FrontPage extensions.
If you publish your website, and then try
to access your website via https, it will display correctly.
If you create a form with FrontPage and
access the form securely, the form will display, but the FrontPage
extensions will not work via SSL (https) and as a result, your form will
not send any data. It will display an error message to the person
that filled out the form.
SSL and the FrontPage extensions have
problems interacting with each other regardless of hosting company and
regardless of whether or not you are using a shared certificate or your
own non-shared domain certificate. This is a known problem that
Microsoft is not currently able to resolve.
It's best to not try and use a FrontPage
form with SSL. To setup a secure form, you can use CGI/PHP/etc.