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Part V: Appendix > Setting HTML Coding Preferences

Setting HTML Coding Preferences

You don’t need to mess with this unless you intend to tweak FrontPage’s HTML coding directly. However, if you plan on jumping into your code now and then, these settings let you wrap the code the way you want and color the various coding tags just how you want them.

To set HTML code preferences

1.
If you have a Web page with the HTML already set just how you want it, open it in FrontPage Otherwise, skip to step 2.

2.
Choose Tools > Page Options (Figure A.18).

3.
When the Page Options dialog box appears, click the HTML Source tab (Figure A.20).

Figure A.20. Use the HTML Source tab to set how you want the HTMLto appear when you switch to FrontPage’s HTML view.


4.
In the General section, choose Reformat using the rules below

5.
If you opened a page in step 1, click Base on current page in the Formatting section. Otherwise, check any or all of the three Formatting boxes to set how you want the HTML to appear. Use the text boxes and arrows for Indent and Right margin to set how you want those items to appear in HTML.

6.
Now, click the Color Coding tab within the Page Options dialog box to set the colors used in your HTML.

7.
When the Color Coding tab appears (Figure A.21), use the drop-down menus to change any of the default colors. For details on using the color drop-down menus, see step 4 on page 150.

Figure A.21. Use the Color Coding tab to set the colors used in your HTMLand script tags.


8.
Once you’re done setting the HTML Source and Color Coding tabs, click OK. The changes will be applied to your HTML coding.


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