Create FrontPage 98 Web Pages in a Weekend

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The advantage of Create FrontPage 98 Web Pages In a Weekend is that both a novice and a whiz can learn from it and use it. Written in a light and humorous style, this book provides in-depth guidance for enhancing Web sites and creating attractive and interesting Web pages. Topics include Dynamic HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, over 50 Web site themes, and many other exciting tools.
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Overview

The advantage of Create FrontPage 98 Web Pages In a Weekend is that both a novice and a whiz can learn from it and use it. Written in a light and humorous style, this book provides in-depth guidance for enhancing Web sites and creating attractive and interesting Web pages. Topics include Dynamic HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, over 50 Web site themes, and many other exciting tools.
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Organized into seven three-to-four-hour sessions, the material in this guide to Web site creation covers the basics of FrontPage, graphics design with Image Composer, hyperlinks, forms and their properties, and FrontPage Components. The CD-ROM contains Web page tools including 1-4-All, Frame-it, and other HTML editors; graphics programs, including Animagic GIF, Flashview, GIFmation, and Webpainter; and a banner rotating program. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761513483
  • Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/1/1998
  • Series: In a Weekend Ser.
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 7.34 (w) x 9.09 (h) x 0.93 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Friday Evening

Creating a Web Site in One Night

Getting the TCP/IP Test out of the Way
Starting a New Site with FrontPage Explorer
Understanding FrontPage Views
Editing a Page with FrontPage Editor
Inserting a Graphic in a Web Page
Touching Up the Page with Spell-Checking
Taking a Peek at HTML
Previewing Your Work in a Browser
Saving Your Work

Titles, Filenames, and the Index.htm File

Viewing Your Site Using FrontPage Explorer
Testing Your Site with the Personal Server
Take a Break!


Saturday Morning
Making Your Site Look Good

Getting a Fresh Start
Changing Heading Styles
Changing the Formatting of Characters

About Special Style Attributes
Having Fun with Fonts and Colors

Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists
Indenting, Outdenting, and Those Other Lists

Indenting Paragraphs

What's with Those Other Lists?
Breaking Up the Page
Creating Tables Magically
Adding Captions to Tables
Coloring a Web Page
Lunch Break!


Saturday Afternoon
Designing Graphics with Image Composer

Welcome to Image Composer

Starting Microsoft Image Composer from FrontPage
Getting Your Bearings in Image Composer

Creating Text Sprites with the Image Composer
Moving, Sizing, and Rotating Sprites
Special EffectSprites
Arranging Your Sprites

The Align and Order Group
The Rotation Group
The Scale Group
The Warp Group

Working with Shape Sprites
Filling Sprites
Arranging Sprites
Image Composer Files and Web Graphic Images

Placing Graphic Images in FrontPage

GIF and JPEG--Graphic File Formats for the Web

Saving Image Composer Files as GIF or JPEG Files

Editing Graphic Images in FrontPage

Sizing Images
Making Images Transparent

Changing Image File Types in FrontPage Editor
Watching Your Graphic's Speed
Providing Alternative Text
Image Hyperlinks in FrontPage Explorer
Optional: Importing Graphic Files
Take a Break!


Saturday Evening
Live and Hyperlinked

Building Your Web Site
Using Bookmarks

Assigning Bookmarks
Defining Hyperlinks to Bookmarks
Checking Out Your Bookmark Hyperlinks

Creating Hyperlinks to Pages in Your Web site

Creating Hyperlinks to New Pages
Creating Hyperlinks to Existing Pages
Navigating Between Pages in FrontPage
Creating Hyperlinks to Bookmarked Pages on the World Wide Web
Linking to the World Wide Web

Using Graphics As Hyperlinks

Assigning Graphic Hotspots
Editing a Graphic Hotspot

Creating E-mail Hyperlinks
Examining Hyperlinks in FrontPage Explorer
Take a Break!


Sunday Morning
Letting Visitors Plug In with Forms

Getting Information from Visitors with Forms

Using Check Boxes
Using Radio Buttons--Shades of the Past
Using One-Line Text Boxes
Using Drop-Down Menus
Using Scrolling Text Boxes--Freeform Input
Adjusting the Form Size
Take a Break!

Giving Visitors a Way to Submit Their Input

The Submit and Reset Buttons
Using More Than One Form Within a Form Outline

Managing Form Results

Custom ISAPI, NSAPI, or CGI Scripts
Using the Internet Database Connector
Using the Discussion Component
Using the Registration Component
Using the Save Results Component

Saving Results As an HTML File\\

Creating Links to Input Form Results
Preparing an HTML Page to Receive Form Results
Testing Your Input Form

Maintaining a Bulletin Board

Saving Results As a Text File

Using a Formatted Text File As a Target for Input
Using a Delimited Text File As a Target for Input

Sunday Afternoon

Activating FrontPage's Handy Components

What Are FrontPage Components?

Types of FrontPage Components

Leaving Yourself Messages with Comment Text
Keeping a Task List
Attaching Headers and Footers with the Include Page Component
Scheduling Images
Scheduling Pages
Substituting Pages
Placing Properties on a Page
Recording the Number of Page Hits
The Standard FrontPage Components
Helping Visitors Search Your Site
Creating a Dynamic Table of Contents
Timestamping Your Page
Take a Break!


Sunday Evening
Publishing Your Site on the World Wide Web

Selecting an Internet Service Provider

Shopping for a Web Site Provider
Features You Should Look for in a Web Site Provider
Web Size and Cost
Shopping at Dave's Web Site Provider: CyberMall
Publishing Your Site on the Web
Take a Break!

Maintaining Your Web Site

Editing Your Site
Getting Listed

Ongoing Support


Appendix A
Installing FrontPage

Hardware and Software Needed to Use Microsoft FrontPage 98
How to Get FrontPage Up and Running

Appendix B

Taking a Shortcut with Templates

Using a Template
Using Templates to Create Forms
Using Templates to Create Web Sites

Surveying Web Site Templates

The Customer Support Web
Downloadable FTP Pages
Templates, Reconsidered

Appendix C

Making Frames with a Wizard

Wizards--Ones You Already Know, Plus a Special One
What Are Frames?

Getting Ready to Frame

Supporting Browsers That Don't Support Frames

ViewingYour Frame Page
Editing Frame Configuration
To Frame or Not to Frame?

Appendix D

Creating a Password-Protected Site

Defining Unique Permissions for Your Site
Restricting Your Site to Registered Users Only
Creating Lists of Authorized Users in the Root Web
Password-Protection Issues


Appendix E
Video! Sound!

When to Use Sound and Video
Will Your Visitors Hear the Noise? See the Light?
Assigning Background Sounds
Taking Your Visitors to the Movies
Checking Out Videos
Inserting a Video in Your FrontPage Web

Appendix F

What's on the CD-ROM?

Running the CD-ROM
Windows 95
The Prima User Interface
Category Buttons

Index|

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