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Troubleshooting

What to Do If Visitors to Your Site Can't See Your Animated Features

Q1: I added some cool animated horizontal bars to my Web site. But visitors are complaining that the bars are irritating, making it hard to read text. What do I do?
A1: You can either turn off the animation features in the horizontal bar or replace it with a static bar. If you have used one of the themes in Word across your site, then
  1. Open the home page for your Web site (usually default.htm).

  2. Choose Format, Theme from the menu.

  3. Uncheck the Active Graphics check box. Click OK.

You will have to do this for each page of your Web site.

To replace the horizontal bar,

  1. Select the horizontal bar you want to replace by clicking on it.

  2. Delete the horizontal bar.

  3. Choose Format, Borders and Shading, and click Horizontal Bars.

  4. Choose another horizontal bar. Preview it to make sure it isn't animated.

  5. Click OK to add the new horizontal bar to your page.

What to Do If You Need to Rearrange Framsets

Q1: I have a frameset composed of a smaller page on the left and a larger, main window to the right. I want to move the left frame to the top so I will have a smaller, top frame and a larger, main frame below it. How do I do this?
A1: With your frameset open in Word,
  1. Right-click in the left frame and choose Frame Properties. Make a note of the filename (it will usually have a .htm extension) listed in the Initial Page combo box. Cancel out of the Frame Properties dialog box.

  2. Open the Frames toolbar.

  3. Click in the main window (right frame). From the Frames toolbar, click New Frame Above to place a new frame above the main frame.

  4. Click in the smaller, left window. From the Frames toolbar, click Delete Frame. The selected frame disappears.

    You should now have a two-frame window with an upper empty frame and the lower main frame.

  5. Right-click in the upper, empty frame and choose Frame Properties.

  6. Type the filename from step 1 (or Browse to it) into the Initial Page combo box. Click OK.

    The upper, empty frame should now contain the content formerly seen in the left frame.

  7. Adjust the borders between the frames by dragging or using Frame Properties.


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