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Introduction, features and environment of ms front page 2003 Introduction, features and environment of ms front page 2003 Presentation Transcript

  • Prepared by: Mrs. R. S. Endaya
  • • Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 has an improved design environment, new layout and design tools, templates, and improved themes— all created to help you realize your Web site vision without requiring any knowledge of HTML.
  • • was a WYSIWYG HTML editor and web site administration tool from Microsoft in line with the Microsoft Offices.
  • • FrontPage was initially created by the Cambridge, Massachusetts company Vermeer Technologies Incorporated, evidence of which can be easily spotted in filenames and directories prefixed _vti_ in web sites created using FrontPage.
  • • Microsoft FrontPage has since been replaced by Microsoft Expression Web and SharePoint Designer, which were released in December 2006.
  • • This application will allow business professionals to design SharePoint-based applications.
  • • is targeted for web design professionals who create full-blown web sites.
  • • It centralizes all of the Web design features and gives you a panoramic view of your entire Web site, making site and page design easier than ever. The larger design area also reduces scrolling.
  • • You can create professional- looking Web page layouts by using layout tables and cells. A layout table is the framework you create for your page. Layout cells are regions within that framework that contain the content in a page, including text, images, Web parts, and other elements.
  • • Improved themes • Help navigating through your site, and seeing your file structure, visually • Point-and-click functionality for common tools
  • • Integrated data display with Office products like Access and Excel
  • 1.Start button 2.All Programs 3.MS Office 4. MS Office FrontPage 2003
  • The document name and Microsoft FrontPage appear in this part.
  • Parts: 1.Control Menu Icon 2.Name of Application 3.File/Page name
  • The icon that represent the opened application. Press Alt + Space to access the command in it.
  • These are the three buttons on the upper right corner.
  • Theseare list of choices with eleven menus provide access to all FrontPage option.
  • A toolbar that performs some of the most common tasks in a Microsoft Office application such as opening, saving and printing.
  • It is use for editing/ changing the characteristics of a text/image.
  • This tab provide easy access to the Web site and Web pages
  • – it provides options related to the current task.
  • Usually this is the Working area. You enter text and graphics here
  • • A toolbar that provides some auto shapes, lines and even word art.
  • It view the different ways of your Web content.
  • • You can design and edit Web pages in the default Page view — Design view. This view provides you with a WYSIWIG
  • • You can design and edit Web pages and at the same time you can see the source code of your web page.
  • • You can purely view the HTML tags yourself. With the optimized code features in FrontPage, you can create clean HTML, and it is easier for you to remove any code that you do not want.
  • • You can see approximately how the page will look in the Web browser without having to save your page. Use this view to check small changes before you commit to them.
  • Topic: Familiarizing the Menu Bar and the Standard Toolbar Word Study: Menu Toolbar Guide Questions: 1. What are the menus in the menu bar? 2. Enumerate its submenus. 3. What are the icons in the standard toolbar? Know its function/s.