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Chapter 8. Communicating with Your Visit... > Automatically Updating Information

Automatically Updating Information

Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 includes a set of Web components, called Included Content components, that you can use to create links to the text or graphics you want to display on a Web page, rather than inserting them directly. Why would you want to do that? Suppose The Garden Company frequently updates the document in which it maintains its calendar of classes and other events. If the company also displays the calendar information on its Web site, it has to update not only the document but also the Web page. By displaying the calendar document as included content, the company can maintain the calendar in just one place and know that the Web page always displays the most up-to-date information. Because included content is automatically updated whenever an included page or graphic is updated, a writer or graphic artist can make changes to Web site content without having to open or edit any Web pages. Included content simplifies the process of reusing content across multiple pages or sites.

FrontPage offers five types of included content:


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