Quick Course in Microsoft FrontPage 2000

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An easy-to-use learning tool for beginning to intermediate PC users that offers fast-paced, concise tutorials and learning exercises for quickly grasping the latest Web creation application.
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Overview

An easy-to-use learning tool for beginning to intermediate PC users that offers fast-paced, concise tutorials and learning exercises for quickly grasping the latest Web creation application.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572319882
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 5/4/1999
  • Series: Quick Course Series
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 7.36 (w) x 9.11 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction xi
Part 1 Learning the Basics
1 Creating a Simple Web Site 2
Getting Started 5
FrontPage Concepts 10
Creating a Web 10
Deciding What Information You Need 11
Using a Wizard 11
Reorganizing a Web 15
Deleting Pages 17
Adding Pages 18
Working in Page View 20
Adding and Editing Text 21
Using the Page View Tabs 23
Formatting Text 24
Changing Paragraph Alignment 26
Controlling Paragraph Spacing 26
Creating Numbered and Bulleted Lists 26
Renaming Files 28
Getting Help 29
Quitting FrontPage 31
2 Enhancing Your Web 32
Adding Graphics to a Web 34
Sizing and Positioning Graphics 36
Searching for Graphics 39
Searching for Graphics on the Web 40
Applying a Different Theme 41
Adding Hyperlinks 43
Linking to a New Page 44
Linking to an Existing Page 46
Adding E-mail Hyperlinks 47
Adding Links to Other Web Sites 48
Adding Links to Bookmarks 50
Working with Navigation Bars 51
3 Publishing Your Web Site 56
Preparing Your Web for Publishing 58
Checking Spelling 58
Checking the Spelling of an Entire Page 59
Checking the Spelling of Multiple Pages 60
Checking Hyperlinks 62
Checking in Hyperlinks View 62
Checking in Reports View 63
Editing Hyperlinks 65
Previewing a Web 66
Printing a Web 68
Publishing a Web 69
About FrontPage Server Extensions 69
Finding a Web Presence Provider 70
Sending a Web to a Server 71
Deleting a FrontPage Web 72
Part 2 Building Proficiency
4 Creating a More Complex Web 76
Creating a Web from Scratch 78
Making Design Decisions 78
Defining the Target Audience 79
Defining the Content 79
Starting an Empty Web 80
Creating a Frames Page 82
Using a Frames Page Template 83
Setting Up the Contents Frame 84
Setting Up the Main Frame 86
Refining a Frames Page 87
Creating Tables 89
Rearranging a Table 92
Adding a Title 92
Formatting a Table 93
Creating Visitor Input Forms 95
Customizing a Placeholder Form 95
Modifying Field Properties 98
Previewing an Input Form 101
Collecting Data from an Input Form 103
5 Adding Special Effects 106
More About Graphics 108
Formatting a Graphic 108
Using Hotspots 111
Working with Animated Objects 114
Adding DHTML Effects 114
Creating a Hover Button 116
Creating a Marquee 118
Adding a Hit Counter 120
Using Sound Effects 122
Adding Video 124
Working with Non-HTML Components 126
Adding ActiveX Controls 127
Adding Java Applets 129
6 Maintaining and Updating a Web 132
Using the Tasks List 134
Creating Tasks 135
Editing Tasks 137
Working on Tasks 138
Keeping a Web Site Up-to-Date 141
Documenting a Web with Comments 141
Using an Include Page 143
Changing an Include Page 145
Using a Scheduled Include Page 145
Working with Variables 147
Publishing New Web Pages 150
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