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Introduction

So far, you examined many of the key features available for webmasters in Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003. Using FrontPage, you can easily add Web functionality to give your Web site a professional look with minimal effort and no programming expertise. You will be working with what FrontPage calls Web Components—Hit Counters, Page Banners, and other key components. Using FrontPage, you can place these components directly on your Web page through the Insert menu.

You can insert a scheduled image—a graphic element that may or may not be on screen at any given time. You can also add a timestamp to your site to let your visitors know when the last time the site was revised. Keeping your site current will bring back visitors; also, by adding a discussion group, you are sure to increase activity on your Web site as visitors come back for more information.


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