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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Frontpage 2000

by Elisabeth Parker

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0789718065, Paperback)

If you're struggling to use FrontPage 2000 to create Web pages with the look and feel you want, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft FrontPage 2000 provides numerous solutions. This book uses a careful, friendly style to convey all of the key concepts and procedures new users need to build a Web site.

After a brief presentation on general Web publishing, Author Elisabeth Parker focuses on the specifics of creating a new site with the standard FrontPage Webs. She also explains the process of importing an existing site--perhaps created in an environment other than FrontPage--into the program. She documents most of the program's capabilities while concentrating on FrontPage's potential for good page design. You'll learn how to use links, graphical elements, and styled text as well as themes, views, and other FrontPage devices to get the job done efficiently.

Coverage of FrontPage's high-end capabilities, like database connections and Active Server Pages (ASP), is pretty feeble--you'll find nothing more than a few overviews. However, Parker explains how to create frames, tables, forms, and image maps clearly and concisely. You'll also find a catalog of the standard FrontPage embeddable components including a description of Discussion Webs that's very easy to follow. --David Wall

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:17 -0400)

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