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Part 6: Formatting Your Web Pages > Controlling Overall Page Appearance

Chapter 18. Controlling Overall Page Appearance

Specifying Page Level Attributes493
Configuring HTML Header Properties505
Understanding RGB Color Values507
Achieving Accurate Rendition—Safe Colors507
Using FrontPage Color Dialog Boxes509


Whenever you start working on a Web page—whether it’s an existing page, a new page, or a page generated by a template or a wizard—you probably have a concept in mind that affects not only the page’s content, but also its title, color scheme, and other general characteristics. Even for existing content, you might decide that this is the time to standardize pages and apply uniform page attributes. This chapter explains how to make these kinds of page-level style changes.


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