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Chapter 12. Adding Interactivity with Fr... > Speeding Up Frame Design with Templa...

Speeding Up Frame Design with Templates

Frames are one of those Web page features that are easier to understand when you actually see them and start working with them, rather than simply reading about them. One smart way to use frames is to start with a standard template instead of trying to create your own frames design from scratch. By setting up a frames structure for you, FrontPage lets you focus on the content you want to create. The easiest way to get started with frames is to open one of Front Page’s predefined templates. Just follow these steps:

1.
Choose File, New.

2.
In the New Task Pane, under New Page, click More Page Templates.

3.
When the Page Templates dialog box appears, click Frames Pages.

4.
Click one of the layouts to select it, and read the description that appears on the right-hand side of the Page Template dialog box. (For this example, click Banner And Contents, a common frames arrangement shown in Figure 12-1.)

Figure 12-1. Speed up frames creation by choosing a predesigned template.


5.
Click OK to open the layout in the FrontPage window (see Figure 12-2).

Figure 12-2. A frames template first appears with empty frames for you to fill with content.



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