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Part 4: Making Your Web Site Interactive > Using FrontPage Components

Chapter 13. Using FrontPage Components

10-Second Summary
  • Make Web page elements interactive with dynamic HTML effects

  • Make the current Web searchable

  • Include Office spreadsheet and chart components

  • Add pages, images, and other content

  • Create link bars that make a Web site more easily navigable

  • Add Top Ten lists and other interactive contents


FrontPage’s basic set of tools is extensive, and will get the job done for just about all the basic Web site tasks you need—creating pages, working with images, formatting text, making links, and developing interactive page layouts. But when you take a step beyond the basics, and consider the more advanced utilities and business-oriented tools you can add to your FrontPage-based Web, you can quickly take your Web site to a new level of professionalism by adding Dynamic HTML (DHTML) effects and Web components. Without having to learn programming, you can achieve effects that used to be the sole province of Webmasters and programmers.


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