Expression Web White Paper

The Expression Web team has published a white paper specifically to help FrontPage users transition to Expression Web and the current environment 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.

From Expression Web blog

Here’s the URL to download the document: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/f/2/ff2d736a-9ec6-4e3b-b094-d782aa7cda72/Microsoft_FrontPage_to_Expression_Web.doc

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