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Part VII: Unleashing Windows 98 for the ... > Web Page Publishing with Windows 98

Chapter 37. Web Page Publishing with Windows 98

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If you've seen some World Wide Web pages in your Internet travels, you might think you need a high-end word processor or page layout application to achieve all those fancy effects. Well, although you can use a sophisticated software package, the truth is that any basic text editor (such as Windows 98's Notepad accessory) is all you need to create attractive Web pages.

On the other hand, forging pages manually isn't for everyone. If you'd prefer a more WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) approach, Windows 98 can help there too, thanks to its FrontPage Express HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) editor.


This chapter takes you through both approaches. You get not only a primer on the basic elements that constitute HTML, but also the instructions for using FrontPage Express to create a page without having to deal with HTML. Why both? Well, even the most sophisticated HTML editor (and I'd rate FrontPage Express as a middle-of-the-pack editor) won't produce pages that look exactly the way you want. Inevitably, you need to tweak the underlying HTML code to get just the effect you want.


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