Open the source web in FrontPage and publish to an intermediate web on the Internet (must have FP extensions). If the web has subwebs then include subwebs in the publish.
On the new computer, open the intermediate web and Publish to a suitable location on the new computer.
On the old computer using Windows Explorer create a new top level folder e.g. C:\myweb
Open the source web in FrontPage and publish to the new folder. If the web has subwebs, then include subwebs in the publish.
Use WinZip (or similar product) to compress the new folder into a .zip file. This step is not essential, but may save problems later (see Note 1 below).
Burn the .zip file to CDR, or CD-RW, or if it is small enough, copy to a floppy disc or other storage media.
Moving to the new computer, expand the .zip file into the same folder as on the old computer i.e. C:\myweb.
Open this in FrontPage and publish to the desired location.
If the web is burnt directly to CDR without zipping, it becomes read only. Copy from the CD to the C:\myweb on the new computer, then remove the Read Only attributes on every file and folder within the web. This does not happen if CDRW, ZIP disc, external hard drive or flash memory is used as the portable storage media.