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Microsoft Front Page

Microsoft Front Page



A quick front page tutorial

A quick front page tutorial



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    • Microsoft FrontPage
    • The Basic FrontPage Setup
    • Setting Page Properties
      • Right Click on the White space in the work area. Choose Page Properties.
    • Page Properties
      • Change the Title
    • Highlighting Text
    • Changing Default Background/Font colors
      • You can add a background picture/color
      • Change the default font colors
    • Fonts
      • You can change font color, size, shape or effect at any time.
    • Bold/Italics/Underline
      • You can change Bold/Italics/Underline by highlighting the appropriate text and clicking the B, I or U buttons on the toolbar.
    • Inserting Pictures
      • To insert a picture that you have saved do the following:
      • Insert/Picture/From File
    • Inserting Pictures
      • Browse for your picture file.
      • Choose the file name and click OK
    • Resizing Images
      • You can Resize your images or move them around the page.
    • Inserting Tables
      • To insert a table do the following:
      • Table menu/Insert/Table
    • Setting Number of tables columns and thickness of cells.
      • Rows are those which run horizontally
      • Columns are those which run vertically
      • Cells are the rectangular shaped boxes inside the table.
      • Cell Padding is the thickness of the lines around the cells
      • To have an invisible table choose 0 for border and cell padding.
    • Inserting bullets
      • Highlight the appropriate text
      • Go to the FORMAT menu and choose Bullets and Numbering
      • Choose the bullets you would like to use.
    • Inserting Hyperlinks
      • Hyperlinks are used to link your website to another page or website address. If you have ever clicked on a picture or words and they have taken you to another page, that is a hyperlink.
    • Inserting Hyperlinks
      • Highlight the text or picture you want to have linked to another page.
      • Go to the Insert menu and choose Hyperlink.
    • Inserting Hyperlinks
      • Type in the URL or web address and press ok.
      • You should see that the words you highlighted are underlined. This means it is linked.
      • Run your mouse cursor over the hyperlink and notice that the URL shows up at the bottom of the FrontPage window.
      • Remember you can put a link to another web page you make. You simply need to know your folder name in the St.Edward web folder. For example: myfolder/web3.htm
    • Inserting a link to an Email Address
      • Very much like adding a hyperlink, highlight the appropriate text or image.
      • Go to Insert/Hyperlink
    • Inserting a link to an Email Address
      • Click on the ENVELOPE button and type in the appropriate email address.
      • Press OK
      • Now you will see that moving your mouse over that link will show the email address at the bottom of the FrontPage window.
      • You will need to check the HTML Code to make sure your images are showing the proper folder
      • It looks somewhat scary but if you look closely it makes sense.
      • All Code is surrounded by < >
      • IF you see <b> it means that bold text will begin there.
      • If you see </b> it means that bold text is ended.
      • Image code beings with <img
      • Be very careful with the Image code. Make sure it shows the right folder in front of the picture name.
    • Saving your web page
      • FILE/SAVE AS
      • Hints: use all lowercase letters
      • Do not put spaces in your title
      • Make the title name as short as possible
    • What your folder may look like after you save your web page
      • Notice that on your diskette you have htm files and a folder.
      • Htm files are web page files
    • Things you may want to stay away from
      • You many not want to use themes. It is sometimes difficult to manage the files.
      • You may not want to make a frames page. Try one after you are comfortable with FrontPage.
    • Links
      • For FrontPage tutorials go to: qarbon.com choose viewletlibrary and choose Web Design from the list. Choose FrontPage 2000 and from the list provided choose the tutorial you would like to follow.
      • For animated Gif’s here are some good web sites: http://www.animfactory.com/
      • http://www.webdeveloper.com/animations/
      • http://www.animation-station.com/index.html
      • http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/