Frontpage Tips and Tricks, Adding a Page Transition to a Web Page

Adding a Page Transition to a Web Page If you have used Microsoft’s PowerPoint presentation graphics, you are probably already familiar with page transitions. Using transitions on web pages can create added interest for your visitors, just don’t get carried away on your Web site! We recommend that you only …

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FontPage Tips and Tricks

Text Change on Mouse-Over This is a great effect to add to your Web page. How about some text that changes as visitors scroll over it on the page? Sound like fun? First, highlight the text that you want to have change in appearance. Now, choose Format, Dynamic HTML Effects. …

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FrontPage Tips and Tricks

EXPANDING YOUR MENUS Have you ever looked for a function on the FrontPage menu and can’t find it, but you know it’s there somewhere? If you look at the bottom of the menu, you’ll see a double arrow pointing down. Hold your cursor over that double arrow for just a …

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Frontpage Tips and Tricks, Saying it with Pictures

SAYING IT WITH PICTURES Some say a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes you like a few words to define what your picture is all about. To add some text to your photo, first click on the image once to select it. Next, look at the picture toolbar …

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FontPage Tips and Tricks

BACK TO BASICS¬† Whether you are a student, home maker, new to Web design or just want to build your first Website, sometimes the best place to start is as the beginning. Students have homework, and if you want your prize Web site to turn out right, you’ve got to …

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FontPage Tips and Tricks

Coloring Cells in Tables in FrontPage If you’re working with a table and you’re coloring individual cells, you should be aware of one small glitch that effects how this coloring will be seen. If the cell is inside a table with another color, you won’t be able to see the …

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Performance Center Introduction, Computers, Servers, Networking, Site Design

Getting effective feedback, using mailto links and HTML forms Your Web site exists to serve its visitors. Prospective customers have to be able to find the information they need to decide whether they want to do business with you, and existing customers need ongoing support. You know your site tells …

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Frontpage Tips and Tricks, Page Descriptions are Very Important

Creating Accurate Page Descriptions is Very Important! When you are out on the Internet, there are lots of signposts to help you figure out where you are. Obviously, there’s the address of the site you’re visiting. But, just as important, there is the page title. That’s the title of the …

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Performance Center Introduction, Computers, Servers, Networking, Site Design

For a comprehensive list of shortcuts, ask the Answer Wizard for help. In FrontPage 2000, press F1 to display Help, click the Answer Wizard tab, and then type keyboard shortcuts in the text box. Here are some of the most useful FrontPage shortcut keys: Activity Shortcut Keys Help F1 Select …

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Frontpage Tips and Tricks, More Special Characters

More Special Characters With the exception of HTML 2.0‘s “, &, <, and >, browser support for these entities is generally poor. Recent browsers support some of these character entity references and decimal character references, and more are sure to come. Character Entity Decimal Hex Rendering in Your Browser Entity …

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