When people ask me about whether or not they should use a certain web-editing program to build their church site, I usually reply:”
FrontPage doesn’t kill websites, people kill websites …
I say this because while FrontPage is, from a programmer’s perspective, a well-developed piece of software, the templates that accompany it are, IMHO, simply wretched. Hence, so are many of the web sites produced using them. The technical term for this malady is better known as “GIGO“.
So if you MUST use FrontPage, even though I personally think there are other products that might better suit your needs and budget, then at least drop a nickel, or a least 500 of them (that’s $25 for those of you in Rio Linda), and buy a template that doesn’t make your church web site look like it’s from TwinkyTown.
One suggestion is PixelMill, a site that specializes FrontPage Themes, Temlates, Tutorials and even has some free stuff.
One caveat, you get what you pay for, and I mention that as I’m looking at some of their “cheaper” template and themes.