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Part VII: Fast Web Pages with Microsoft ... > Special Tasks in Microsoft FrontPage...

Chapter 21. Special Tasks in Microsoft FrontPage

In the last chapter, you learned to use a Web Wizard to create a Web site and then add your text and graphics to your pages. Neat stuff, isn’t it? Makes you wonder why Web development companies charge an arm and a leg to do this kind of thing. But rest assured that although you are now a Web designer in your own right, there are still many things to learn. We’ve only scratched the surface of Microsoft FrontPage’s capabilities, and this chapter takes you a little further into some of the specialized tasks you might want to try as you develop your Web pages.

The tasks and techniques in this chapter all pertain to making it easier for visitors to read and understand your site. People who browse the Web really have just two needs: They need to be able to see clearly how to get around on your site, and they need to know what you want them to click. Adding tables, frames, lines, boxes, and rollover effects all help communicate the organization and structure of your site so that they will enjoy their visit enough to come back again—a concept known in Web parlance as stickiness.


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