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Working with Web Sites

If you are tasked with maintaining a Web site or if you need to create a new one, consider using FrontPage. For the novice Web creator or content manager, FrontPage provides several benefits. There’s a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interface, so you don’t have to learn hypertext markup language (HTML). And the fact that it’s a member of the Microsoft Office family means you get the familiar Office interface, styles, and templates.

By default, FrontPage creates sites that use FrontPage Server Extensions if they are installed on the server. These are utilities that allow you to incorporate many features into your site like counters, search buttons, and tables of contents without extensive scripting and coding—all from drop-down menus.


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