posted on Feb, 1 2014 @ 11:58 PM
reply to post by MRuss
I'm pretty sure you were looking for a solution and not so much a jab at what you already have... Godaddy can be a [snip] but it's still a viable
place to have your website. It does take a bit of patience, depending on your knowledge of hosting, but it works. I've used it for many years and
have little to no problems. Though, I will say that their customer support really does lack in a lot of areas.
I don't use MSWE. I'm still using an old version of Dreamweaver from 5 years ago that works perfectly for my needs. It has all the bells and
whistles that I use, like creating and publishing flash and what not. BUT.. I'll help you the best that I can without getting into the software
you're using. I've dug up a couple of links for you that might help.
This is from Godaddy:
Using Microsoft Expression Web 4 to
Create and Upload Your Site
This one above is probably one of the links in the first but more to the point.
Now, someone seems to think that it doesn't work with Windows 7, so I'll toss this in there too.
Expression Web 4 does not work with GoDaddy using Windows 7
If ya need more help, I'd be glad to dig through google to see what i can find, though I will admit, I've never actually used EW but it can't be all
that much different from front page and DW, in the manner of how it works. I'm sure the layout can be different but all in all, it's really the same
edit on 2-2-2014 by elevatedone because: (no reason given)