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Troubleshooting

Adding Scripts using the Script Editor

When I add scripts using the Script Editor, the functions built for me are in the wrong language and don't match the settings that I made in FrontPage 2002. Why is this, and how can I fix it?

The Microsoft Script Editor is actually a separate application that can create scripts for your Web pages, but it can also be used to create VBScript applications for other Microsoft products such as Microsoft Word. Therefore, some settings that you make in the current version of FrontPage 2002, such as the default scripting language, are not automatically brought over to the Script Editor. To change the default scripting language for the Web page that you are editing in the Script Editor, look at the Properties toolbar that is normally docked in the lower-right corner of the editor. Within this properties sheet, you should find the properties defaultClientScript and defaultServerScript. You can change either of these to be VBScript or JavaScript. When they're set, future functions that you attempt to define via the editor's interface will be built in that language. Remember that this default setting is based on each page and can be different for every new page that you create.


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