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Key Points

  • FrontPage includes a number of features that enable you to add extra elements easily to your Web page.

  • To add a table to your Web page, select the place in the page where you want the table to go and choose Insert Table or Draw Table from the Insert menu.

  • Creating frames on a page requires that you use a frames template to add a new page; you then tell FrontPage whether you want to use existing pages or new pages to fill the frames.

  • Adding dividing lines on your Web page is as simple as using a pencil—from the Drawing toolbar, that is. Click the Line tool, and then click and drag to draw the line on the page. You can then use Drawing tools to customize the line, making it the color, thickness, and style you want.

  • A rollover is a special effect in which a hyperlink changes font, style, or color when the user positions the mouse over it. You can add rollover effects easily to your hyperlinks in FrontPage by displaying Page Properties and choosing the rollover effect you want to apply.

  • Although FrontPage makes it possible for you to bypass coding completely, you do have the option of reading and working with the HTML code for your pages if you choose. To see the code behind your page, click the HTML tab. The HTML tags are displayed in blue while the content you’ve entered appears in black.


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