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Chapter 10. Microsoft FrontPage Componen... > Using the Scheduled Image Component

Using the Scheduled Image Component

Another Web site task that's often hard to keep track of is posting and removing time-sensitive content. You may remember to post the content at a certain time, but it is easy to forget about removing it after it has expired unless you marked it on your calendar. FrontPage can help you with these situations with its Scheduled Event Components. The first of these is the Scheduled Image Component that you can use to place an image on a page at a specific time and to remove or replace it at a later time.

To place a Scheduled Image Component, follow these instructions:

1.
Choose Insert, FrontPage Components, or click the Insert FrontPage Component toolbar button to display the list of available components.

2.
Highlight the Schedule Image option and then click OK. This calls up the Scheduled Image Properties dialog box you see in Figure 10.10. Here you can specify the image file to display, when to start displaying it, and when to stop displaying it. You also have the option of specifying an image to display before and after the scheduled times.

Figure 10.10. Scheduled Images are useful for placing a special image on a page for a limited period of time.



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