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Chapter 2. The FrontPage Environment > Understanding the FrontPage 2000 Develop...

Understanding the FrontPage 2000 Development Environment

The Web page editor, where you'll spend much of your FrontPage development time, lets you create World Wide Web pages, otherwise known as HTML documents. It's a near-WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) system, which means that what you see in its Page view (the workspace in which the page is created) is for the most part what you'll see in your Web browser when you retrieve that page. Not all HTML code displays precisely as it will look on the Web, however, which is why this book refers to it as near-WYSIWYG. The point is that authoring Web pages in FrontPage Editor is relatively easy and extremely pleasing because as you create the page, you see almost exactly what it's going to look like to the people who visit your Web sites.

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Users of earlier FrontPage versions may be taken aback to find that the Explorer and Editor are no longer two separate applications. This change has made for a much more seamless environment.



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