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1 FrontPage 2000 Online Tutorial The following tutorial aims to help you get started with FrontPage 2000 for the creation of basic web pages. The different tutorials are listed on the right. You are advised to work through them in the order presented, but you can always repeat a particular tutorial at any time. The navigation buttons at the foot of each page enable you to Go to the next tutorial Go back the previous tutorial Return to this page References: 1. Overview 2. Creating a web 3. Creating a web page 4. Saving a web page 5. Creating Hyperlinks 6. Adding an image 7. Creating Tables 8. Entering Intranet for editing
1. Page View is for editing the page Edit like a word processor or with HTML 2. Folder View is for managing and selecting your files to edit You will be dealing with 2 views when working in FrontPage! Overview of FrontPage
How to Create a Web Site Click FILE - NEW - WEB The NEW Web dialogue box will appear. Choose a Web Site template from the list. Specify where the web will be saved. This will automatically default to your MY WEBS folder on N Drive, but you can write in another path if you like. Click OK A web will then be created. It will contain The name and location of the web Two folders called Images and _Private And an empty page, called Index.htm, for you to work on. This file is called Index.htm and is the home page of the web you have just created. Frontpage will automatically seek out this page when it opens the site in a browser, so it is best not to change its name. Just remember, it will be the first page your viewers will see.
How to create a web page Now you have a web, youll want to put some pages into it. Remember that when the web was created, a page, called Default.htm was also created. This is your webs homepage and you can start to work on this page immediately if you like. However, well create another page to put into the web to show you how easy it is to create a new page. You follow a similar process to that which you used to create a web. Click FILE – NEW - PAGE Choose the kind of page you want from the dialogue box which appears. Then click OK A new page will load automatically into the Work Area. It will be called new_page_1.htm. You have actually created a web page Theres nothing in it yet, of course – and the name is bit clumsy – so lets save this page to your web site and give it another name.
1. Click Save icon 2. Select Save drive/ folder 4. Change title of web page 3. Write the filename like usual 5. Click Save to Finish Saving a web page
1. Highlight text2. Click on Hyperlink button on the Toolbar. 3. Put internet address on 4. Click OK to Finish 3a. Alternatively, use this to get address from the web 3c. Or even get address from your PC drives 3b. Or create an email link Adding hyperlinks to a page
Adding An Image 2. click the image icon 1. In FrontPage, place curzor to where you wish to add an image 3. If not already in images folder-select it 4. Click on an image file n.b. you could also use the arrows to view the pictures 5. Press OK to insert then repeat as appropriate
1. Click create table button 2. Specify table size e.g. 3 by 2 3. Table Created- Now fill in with info. Dealing with Tables
1. Open Microsoft FrontPage 2. Click open 3. Select Intranet on Proxy Drive N.B. Drive letter will vary 4. Click on Intranet folder 5. Now select your Intranet folder then the index.htm file and click open. Entering Intranet for editing
The FrontPage Work Screen The Menu Bar All of the functional tools of Front[page can be accessed by one of these menus. The Tool Bars Shortcuts to common tasks you will perform The Work Area Where you will perform most of the design tasks. View Tabs Click on these to see the page as it will look (normal), the raw HTML or Preview the oage in a browser Different Views Click on these to see different views of the page or we site your are creating