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Weblog with FrontPAge 2003 & FPSE?

Hello All,

On my company website, I wish to have a weblog.  Well, I actually want 2 for 2 different subject areas.  The blogs will be subsites within the main site.  Also, with the blogs, I desire a forum wherein people sign up to be able to comment on the blog entries.

Is there a way to do this without SharePoint Services?  If so, how?

Can I use .asp?  If so, how?  Does anyone have an example I can use as a template?

Thank you,
edsager
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edsagerAuthor Commented:
I forgot to mention:  it is the MS Hosting Business Package:  http://order.1and1.com/xml/order/MsHostingBus;jsessionid=C03B1B613926B37E026B0EF5157A0B82.TC61a?__frame=_top&__lf=Static

Again, thanks,
edsager
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coreybryantCommented:
>>Can I use .asp?
Does your host support ASP?

If so - get yourself a blog that is written in ASP and that would be the easiest way

-Corey
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edsagerAuthor Commented:
Corey:

Yes, my host does support ASP and also supports ASP.Net.

Can you recommend or at least point me to a blog written in ASP?  Obviously free would be preferable, but low-cost is good too.

Thanks,
edsager
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coreybryantCommented:
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Eme-EleonuCommented:
Here is a shareware solution for your Blog. try http://www.webwizguide.info I have one on my site and its just perfect. It allows you modify the looks, and administer the page.
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edsagerAuthor Commented:
Thank you both for your assistance.  I am awarding points based on coreybryant responding first and that I will most likely be using the software suggested by Eme-Eleonu.

Again, thanks,
edsager
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