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Chapter 17. Publishing Your Web Site > Verifying Your Web Site’s Functionality ...

Verifying Your Web Site’s Functionality by Previewing Pages

One of the most important aspects of managing a Web site is previewing pages before they go online and become visible to outsiders. Previewing gives you a chance to verify that your pages look and behave the way you want them to—that your images all appear in their entirety, your hyperlinks take visitors where you want them to go, and so on. FrontPage not only makes it easy to preview pages in different browsers, but also enables you to quickly choose a specific browser window size, which is essential, if you want to make sure large images, tables, or frames-based pages appear the way you want them to at various sizes.

Checking Pages Quickly with Preview View

FrontPage gives you two ways to preview pages. The first way (a quicker option than previewing in a browser, which is described below) is to click the Preview button beneath the page editing view. This allows you to preview the page as it would appear in a Web browser, but still remain in FrontPage. Use Preview view when you’re in the process of working on the page, and you want to check it quickly before making changes.


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