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Chapter 40. Working with HTML Code > Using the HTML Markup Component

Using the HTML Markup Component

FrontPage makes every effort to support every feature of HTML and to save Web pages with all the formatting and features they had when opened. Occasionally, however, it might be necessary to insert pieces of HTML that FrontPage absolutely won’t touch. This isn’t as crazy as it sounds, for the following reasons:

  • Keeping up-to-date with every new HTML feature is an extremely difficult task, especially given the constant succession of browser and HTML version upgrades.

  • Accommodating obsolete features is difficult as well.

  • Pages newly imported into FrontPage might contain syntax errors or incorrect codes, especially if someone previously maintained them by hand.

  • Something about the HTML is trickier than FrontPage expects. For example, the page might contain incomplete HTML fragments joined together later by scripts.


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