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Using Web Parts

Web Parts are new to FrontPage and are a dramatically enhanced method of providing interactivity to your Web site. Many of the data sources you've already seen are composed of Web Parts—SharePoint Lists, SharePoint Libraries, XML files, and XML Web services are all Web Parts.

Although Web Parts can be inserted into a SharePoint site using the SharePoint Web interface, inserting them in FrontPage offers additional functionality. You can configure Web Parts in FrontPage so that they share information and feed off each other. For example, you can configure a Web Part that returns a list of cities and ZIP Codes from an XML file. You can then configure the site so that when a ZIP Code is clicked, a Web service automatically pulls weather information for the ZIP Code. That kind of power has never before been available to FrontPage developers.


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