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Chapter 6. Giving Your Web a Theme > Applying Themes to an Entire Site or Indiv...

Applying Themes to an Entire Site or Individual Pages

You have three options for choosing which of your Web pages you want to apply themes to. The first and most obvious choice is to select a uniform theme for your entire site, so that all pages in the site have an identical graphic appearance. You needn't necessarily go that far; you can also add a theme to an individual page inside the site, or to a selection of individual pages. The procedure is essentially the same no matter how many pages you choose. In all cases, you must open the Themes dialog box by selecting Theme from the Format menu. Depending on what you want to do, the process is slightly different:

  • Adding a theme to an individual page— Click the document title in any of FrontPage's views and select Format, Theme. This opens the Theme dialog box, with the Selected Page(s) radio button automatically selected. You can opt to add the theme to the entire Web by clicking the All Pages radio button instead.

  • Adding a theme to a selection of pages— Go into any FrontPage view, except Reports or Tasks (because they don't display individual documents), select the pages as you would any other multiple document selection in Windows, and then select Format, Theme. This opens the Theme dialog box, with the Selected Page(s) radio button automatically chosen, as shown in Figure 6.1. You can opt to add the theme to the entire Web by clicking the All Pages radio button instead.

    Figure 6.1. Be sure to check that the Selected Pages or the All Pages radio button is chosen before continuing with theme application.

  • Adding a theme to an entire site— You can do this in two ways. The first is to select the Reports, Navigation, or Tasks view and select Format, Theme. The second is to click the Page, Folders, or Hyperlinks view and select the site name at the top of the folder list; then select Format, Theme. In either case, the Theme dialog box opens, with the All Pages radio button automatically selected and the Selected Pages dialog box unavailable.


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