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1 This guide will show you how to create a basic web page using FrontPage98 software. These instructions are written for IBM (Windows) computers only. However, FrontPage is available for Macintosh users as well. Many of the steps outlined in this guide can be performed on both platforms. This guide has been structured to coincide with a classroom writing assignment on the subject of uninventing a technology. Microsoft FrontPage98 comes bundled with three applications: FrontPage Explorer, FrontPage Editor, and Image Composer. Together, FrontPage allows you to design, build and publish a web site without having prior programming knowledge (such as HTML or JAVA). Alternative products and software packages may achieve similar results. There are six main steps in creating web pages in FrontPage98: 1. Create a Navigation Page 1 2. Select a Theme Page Edit Your Web Pages Page Create Hyperlinks Page Insert Pictures and Graphics Page Publish for the Web Page 60

2 1. Create a Navigation FrontPage Explorer allows you to easily establish, organize, and link your web pages through a simple point- and-click, dragand-drop procedure. 1. Click the Start button. Start options are viewed. 2. Select the Programs folder. Program options are listed. You can also start FrontPage by doubleclicking the FrontPage Explorer shortcut located on your desktop: 3. Click the Microsoft FrontPage icon. The FrontPage Explorer application (a part of Microsoft FrontPage) begins. A Getting Started prompt appears. The name of your computer, followed by will appear similar to this illustration. Additional existing web pages may be listed from previous use. Page 1 of 66

3 4. Click the white circle next to Create a New FrontPage Web so that it is marked as shown below: The radio button is check marked. Buttons that appear as white circles are called radio buttons. 5. Click the OK button. A New FrontPage Web prompt appears. Page 2 of 66

4 6. Click the One Page Web radio button so that it is check marked as shown below: The Background Icon opens and displays the Presentation Window. Although FrontPage defaults to creating a web page from a Wizard or Template, choose One Page Web for the sake of this example. The options under From Wizard or Template offers a great variety of web pages that can be created almost automatically by following steps outlined on the screen. Review these options at another time. 7. Click once in the textbox #2 so that it is highlighted, and type: My Uninvention A name for your FrontPage project is entered. 8. Click OK. A new project is created, and FrontPage opens up to a Navigation view. A FrontPage Web can be named almost anything. Just keep your names short and try not to use any special characters. Page 3 of 66

5 9. Place the mouse over the box that says Home Page and right-click. 10. Select New Page from the menu, or press the Control key and the letter N on your keyboard at the same time (Ctrl+N). A menu appears. A new page appears connected to the Home Page. Right-click in this guide means to click the right mouse button. The word click in this guide refers to the left mouse button unless otherwise noted. 11. A prompt will appear asking you if you would like to create navigation bars to link your pages together. Click the Yes button. Navigation bars are automatically created on the new page. Page 4 of 66

6 12. A New Page 1 appears connected below the Home Page. Place your mouse over Home Page, right-click, and create a New Page again. Another page is created and linked to the home page. Review Action Steps 9 and 10 if needed. Page 5 of 66

7 13. Place your mouse over Home Page, right-click, and create a New Page once more. Another page is created and linked to the home page. 14. Place your mouse over Home Page, right-click, and select Rename from the menu. The Home Page is ready to be renamed. You can also rename a page by clicking once on the page, and pressing F2 on the keyboard. Page 6 of 66

8 15. Type: My Uninvention A new web page title (banner) is entered for the Home Page. Web page titles created from the Navigation view will be displayed in Edit view as banners and buttons. 16. Place your mouse over New Page 1, right-click, and select Rename from the menu. The New Page 1 is ready to be renamed. 17. Type: Purpose A new title is given to the web page. 18. Place your mouse over New Page 2, right-click, and select Rename from the menu. The New Page 2 is ready to be renamed. 19. Type: Consequences A new title is given to the web page. Page 7 of 66

9 20. Place your mouse over New Page 3, right-click, and select Rename from the menu. The New Page 3 is ready to be renamed. 21. Type: Symptoms A new title is given to the web page. 22. Place the mouse over newpage1.htm (located in the bottom window: see next page for illustration), rightclick, and select Rename from the menu. The newpage1.htm file name is ready to be changed. Page 8 of 66

10 23. Type: purpose.htm The file name is changed. It is very important to have.htm at the end of your file name. The.htm is the file extension, which tells the computer to view the file through a browser or simple text editor. (HTML) Page 9 of 66

11 24. Place the mouse over newpage2.htm, right-click select Rename from the menu. The newpage2.htm file name is ready to be changed. 25. Type: consequences.htm The file name is changed. 26. Place the mouse over newpage3.htm, right-click select Rename from the menu. The newpage3.htm file name is ready to be changed. 27. Type: symptoms.htm The file name is changed. Congratulations! You just finished creating the foundation and navigation for four web pages (as you will examine more closely in future steps). Page 10 of 66

12 2. Select a Theme Now that the foundation and navigation for your web site has been created, you can select a theme to help dress it up. 1. Click the Theme icon located in the lower left-hand margin: The theme menu is activated. Page 11 of 66

13 2. Click the Use Selected Theme radio button so that it is check marked. Use Selected Theme is selected and a selection of themes is made visible in the Theme Preview window. 3. Click on a theme to view it in the preview window, or press the up or down arrows on your keyboard to scroll through them. Different theme selections are viewed. Note that each theme preview demos how your web page s buttons, headings, line breaks, and bullet points will look. Page 12 of 66

14 4. Select a theme that you like. A theme is highlighted. Blueprint has been selected for this guide. 5. Click the Apply button. The theme application is activated. 6. A prompt will appear asking you if you would like to apply the theme to all pages. Click Yes. The format of fonts, colors, bullets and lines are changed in all pages to the theme you selected. 7. Click the Navigation icon located in the lefthand margin: You are returned to the Navigation view from Section One of this guide. Page 13 of 66

15 8. Double-Click the My Uninvention icon. The web page opens in the FrontPage Editor. Page 14 of 66

16 9. Click the Show FrontPage Explorer button on the top toolbar: 10. Click the Show FrontPage Editor button on the toolbar: FrontPage returns to the Explorer window where you set up your navigation. FrontPage returns to the Editor window showing your web page. You can flip back and forth between the Explorer and the Editor by clicking buttons on the top toolbar, or by clicking the minimized box on your desktop. Explorer should always be active while working in the Editor. Page 15 of 66

17 3. Edit Your Web Pages Now that a theme has been selected, and the navigation (or links from page to page) has been created, it is now time to enter your text and edit your web pages. 1. For this example, we want to design the Home Page, My Uninvention, to have text that wraps around pictures and additional elements. FrontPage Editor is active. Make the FrontPage Editor visible by clicking on the Show FrontPage Editor button (if not already active). Page 16 of 66

18 2. From the top menu bar of the FrontPage Editor, select File, and then Preview in Browser. A Preview in Browser window appears. Page 17 of 66

19 3. Click on Netscape Navigator so that it is highlighted. 4. For Window Size, select Default so that it is check marked. 5. Click the Automatically Save Page box so that it is check marked. 6. Click the Preview button. Netscape has been selected to view the page in. The web page will be displayed in your browsers default window size; traditionally, a window that is smaller than your computer screen allowing you can see how a user with a smaller screen will view your web page. The page will be automatically saved when you preview it as a precaution against your data being lost. Netscape opens to reveal how your page will look in a browser. You can preview your web page in Microsoft Internet Explorer if Netscape Navigator is not listed. Both browsers have their own limitations. By testing your page in Netscape, you can be certain that your page will work in a non- Microsoft product. Page 18 of 66

20 7. When you are viewing your web page in the browser, click a selection on the side menu bar (i.e. Purpose). Your page will link to another page. If your web page does not appear in the browser, go to Edit on the top menu bar, select Preferences, click the positive sign next to Advanced, select Proxies, and then click the Direct Connection to The Internet button, and then the OK button. Quit out of Netscape, return to the FrontPage Editor, and repeat Action Steps. 8. Move your mouse across the web page menu buttons below the banner. Click on the buttons to navigate from page to page on your site. FrontPage automatically created hover buttons and banners from the work you completed in Section One of this guide. Your page will link to another page. Page 19 of 66

21 9. Exit out of Netscape by selecting File and then Exit, or by clicking the close button in the top right corner of the browser window. 10. Now that you have seen how your page will look and behave in a browser, it is time to add some content to your site. Because we want to add pictures to our Home Page (My Uninvention ), we must first create a table with cells. With your cursor blinking in the top left corner of the divide, select Table from the top menu bar and then Insert Table. The browser is exited and you are returned to Microsoft s FrontPage Editor. An Insert Table window appears. In this example, we are going to create a text column that has a picture to the right of it, then a solid paragraph, then a column with a picture to the left of it, and then a solid paragraph. The page will look as follows: Page 20 of 66

22 11. In the Size box, type 2 for Rows, and 2 for Columns as shown above. (if not already selected) The size of the table to be inserted is changed. 12. In the Layout box type 0 for Border Size, 8 for Cell Padding, and 8 for Cell Spacing as shown above. The cell padding and spacing is changed. 13. In the Width box, deselect the Specify Width box as shown above. No width for the table will be specified. 14. Click the OK button. A table is created. Page 21 of 66

23 15. Click the bottom left cell box so that the cursor blinks in it. The cursor is placed in the bottom left cell. 16. Highlight the bottom row by holding the left mouse button down while moving the mouse to the right. (also known a dragging the mouse) The bottom row is highlighted. Page 22 of 66

24 17. With the mouse placed over the highlighted cell row, right-click, and select Merge Cells from the menu. The cells will merge into one. 18. From the top toolbar click the Show/Hide button. The paragraph markers are displayed. Page 23 of 66

25 19. Click the mouse below the table. The cursor is placed below the table. 20. Another table will now be inserted below the first. Select Table from the top menu bar, and then Insert Table. An Insert Table window appears. Another table is needed so that the pictures will flow independently from one another in the browser. 21. Repeat 11 through 17 for the second table. A table is created below the first with its bottom cells merged. Page 24 of 66

26 22. Click the top left of the top table so that the cursor is blinking in it. The cells automatically resize as you type. 23. Type a couple of sentences from the introductory paragraph of your writing assignment. The cells automatically resize as you type. Page 25 of 66 On the top tool bar, you can see that the font is set to Normal and the Font is set to (default font). Keep these settings as they are since they allow your text to be visible in most browsers. If you like, you can highlight your text, by dragging the mouse over it, and then selecting the bold button from the toolbar.

27 24. Click the next cell down and type a few more sentences from your introduction. Text is typed into the next lower (or center row) cell. You may want to press the space bar five to ten times to indent your paragraphs. Page 26 of 66

28 25. Scroll down, place your cursor in the bottom right cell of the second table and continue to type the rest of your introduction. The bottom right cell is filled with text. 26. Click on the bottom cell and type the conclusion of your paper. Your conclusion is placed on the Home Page (first page) of your web site, allowing for a non-linear perspective. People have to navigate the site to view how you came to your conclusion. Page 27 of 66

29 27. Select File from the top menu bar and then Save All. Your work is saved. 28. Click File from the top menu bar and select Open. An Open window is displayed. Page 28 of 66

30 29. Double click the purpose.htm file. The page will open in FrontPage Editor. The page you have been working on is the Default.htm file. 30. Decide if you would like to have pictures on this page. If you do, repeat Action Steps 10 through 22 of this section. If not, just begin typing the second paragraph of your paper. The Purpose page is edited in the same manner as the My Uninvention page. Be sure to save your work when you are finished. Page 29 of 66

31 31. Click File from the top menu bar and select Open. An Open window is displayed. 32. Double click the consequences.htm file. The page will open in FrontPage Editor. 33. Decide if you would like to have pictures on this page. If you do, repeat Action Steps 10 through 22 of this section. If not, just begin typing the third paragraph of your paper. The Consequences page is edited. Be sure to save your work when you are finished. Page 30 of 66

32 34. Click File from the top menu bar and select Open. An Open window is displayed. 35. Double click the symptoms.htm file. The page will open in FrontPage Editor. 36. Decide if you would like to have pictures on this page. If you do, repeat Action Steps 10 through 22 of this section. If not, just begin typing the fourth paragraph of your paper. The Symptoms page is edited. Be sure to save your work when you are finished. Page 31 of 66

33 37. When you are finished typing, click the light blue left arrow on the top toolbar. Like a browser, this will send you back to the previous page that was opened in the FrontPage Editor. The right blue arrow will send you to the next page. 38. Continue to click the blue arrow until you get to the Home Page (My uninvention ). The Editor displays your home page. Page 32 of 66

34 4. Create Hyperlinks A hyperlink is a connection from a World Wide Web page to another location on the World Wide Web. The destination of the hyperlink is most often another Web page, but it can also be an image, an address, a multimedia file, or even a program. Hyperlinks are embedded directly in text or images on a page, and they give textual or graphical cues about where they lead. For example, a text hyperlink from the phrase "Microsoft FrontPage" and an image hyperlink from the Microsoft FrontPage logo both would indicate that the hyperlink goes to a page describing Microsoft FrontPage. Web browsers usually underline text hyperlinks and display them in a specific color. Hyperlinks in images are invisible. However, users can tell when the pointer is over a hyperlink because it changes appearance, usually to a pointing hand. When a user clicks on a hyperlink to a page, the Web browser gets the page from the correct server and displays it. When a user clicks a hyperlink to another type of file, the Web browser gets the file from the server and opens it in an associated program. For example, most browsers open WAV files in a sound-playback application. When a hyperlink is inserted on a page, the destination of the hyperlink is encoded as a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). A URL gives the address of a file. 1. Display the Home Page (My Uninvention ) in FrontPage Editor, if not already displayed. The Home Page is ready to be edited. Page 33 of 66

35 2. Locate a word or phrase in your introduction that makes a reference to your web page Purpose (The second paragraph of your paper). A reference to the web page Purpose is located. 3. Place your cursor before the word or phrase, hold the left mouse button down and drag the mouse to the right to highlight the text. The selected text is highlighted. 4. From the top toolbar, click the Create or Edit Hyperlink button. A Create Hyperlink window appears. Page 34 of 66

36 5. Double-click the purpose.htm file in the box as shown below: The file, purpose.htm, is selected. Files that have a feather in their icon are files in the web project that are currently open in the Editor. Files that do not have a feather in their icon are files that are contained in the web project, but may not be currently open in the Editor. You can select either file for a hyperlink since they both refer to the same file. 6. Note that the word or phrase that you highlighted is now underlined, indicating that it is a hyperlink. The hyperlink is displayed in the Editor. Depending upon the theme you selected, your hyperlink may not appear in a traditional blue color. Page 35 of 66

37 7. Highlight a word or phrase that refers to your web page Consequences. A word or phrase is highlighted. 8. Create a hyperlink to consequences.htm. 9. Highlight a word or phrase that refers to your web page Symptoms. A hyperlink is created. A word or phrase is highlighted. Review Action Steps 3 through 5 if needed. 10. Create a hyperlink to symptoms.htm. A hyperlink is created. 11. Preview the page in a browser and test your hyperlinks. This time, instead of going to the File menu, just click the Preview in Browser button. Netscape or Explorer opens to display your page. Since a default for your Preview in Browser has already been set to Netscape in previous steps, the Preview in Browser button can be used. Page 36 of 66

38 12. If you made a reference to a web page on the World Wide Web, you can create a hyperlink to it as well. Quit out of the browser preview, highlight the text or phrase that makes the reference to the web page, click the Create or Edit Hyperlink button, and enter the URL for the site you wish to link to in the URL text box as shown below: A hyperlink is made to a web page on the World Wide Web. You can also create a hyperlink to an address by clicking the Create a Hyperlink that Sends button, then entering the address, and then clicking the OK button. Page 37 of 66

39 13. In the Editor, use the arrow keys on the top toolbar to move to the previous or next page that you wish to edit. Create additional hyperlinks on other pages if needed. All hyperlinks for the pages are completed. Page 38 of 66

40 5. Insert Pictures and Graphics There are two main ways of inserting images into your web pages using FrontPage. The first way is to insert a picture through Microsoft s Clip Art. The second way is to edit an image in Microsoft s Image Composer (software bundled with FrontPage) and then insert or paste the image into your web page. 1. While in the FrontPage Editor, click a cell where you would like a clip art image to be placed so that a blinking cursor is placed in it. A cursor is placed in an empty cell. In the illustration below, a clip art will be inserted in the lower left hand cell located on the My Uninvention Home Page. Page 39 of 66

41 2. From the top menu bar, select Insert and then Clip Art. A clip art window will appear. Notice from the Insert pull down menu that there are many cool things that can be inserted into your web page, such as Horizontal Lines, Navigation Bars, and great Active Elements. For now, just focus on inserting Clip Art. Page 40 of 66

42 3. Double-click a Clip Art from the Clip Art gallery. See if you can find an image that relates to your topic. If you cannot, just place a temporary image for now. (You may be able to locate an appropriate image from a Clip Art Disk or the Internet at a later time.) The clip-art will be inserted into the web page where your cursor was. If you are using the clip art gallery from Office 2000, click on an image, then select Insert Clip Art from the pop-up menu. 4. After the image has been inserted onto your web page, click once on your clip art. Small black boxes (image resize boxes) appear around the clip art. In the example below, the resize boxes appear around the alarm clock clip art. Page 41 of 66

43 5. Place your mouse over the lower right hand corner of the clip art so that a double-headed arrow appears as shown below: The image is ready to be resized if needed. 6 Drag the mouse to the right. The image will resize proportionately larger. 7. Drag the mouse the opposite direction to make the image smaller. The image is resized proportionately smaller. Resize the image as you see fit. Page 42 of 66

44 8. Click the Preview In Browser button. A prompt will appear asking if you would like to save your work. 9. Click the Yes button. A Save Embedded Files window will appear. You should always save your work after inserting new image into your page so that they will appear in the browser. 10. Click the Change Folder button. A Change Folder window will appear. Page 43 of 66

45 11. Double-click the images folder. A folder is selected to save the image in. 12. Click the OK button. The directory for the image is set, and you are returned to the Save Embedded Files window. 13. Click OK from the Save Embedded Files window. The clip art is saved in the images folder, and the browser begins to start up to display your page. Page 44 of 66

46 14. While viewing your web page through the browser, locate the clip art that you just inserted. 15. Resize your browser window to view its effect on your text and graphics. To do this, place your mouse in the lower right-hand corner of the browser window so that a double-headed arrow appears. Then hold the left mouse button down while dragging the mouse in either direction. The clip art is displayed as it will appear in most browsers. You will notice that the web page is resizable. It is important to have a resizable web page so that the page can be viewed on monitors that are a different size. If your page is not resizable, web users will not be able to locate your buttons, text, graphics, etc. The images would not appear because they would be located outside the boundaries of the screen. By placing your images and text in table cells, the page maintains its structure. If you used a clip art image from Office 2000, you may pleasantly discover that your clip art has become animated. In this example, the alarm clock rattles. Page 45 of 66

47 16. Quit out of (or close) the browser and return to the FrontPage Editor. The browser is exited. 17. Click the Show FrontPage Explorer button, on the top toolbar: FrontPage Explorer becomes active. 18. In FrontPage Explorer, click the Show Image Editor button, on the top toolbar: 19. If available, ask your instructor or class member to take a picture of you with a digital camera that saves the picture on a 3 1/2 floppy. Microsoft Image Composer opens. A digital picture of you is taken and saved on a disk. Microsoft Image Composer can also be started by clicking the Start button, located in the right hand corner of the screen, selecting Programs, then the Microsoft Image Composer folder, and then clicking Microsoft Image Composer icon. Page 46 of 66

48 20. Insert the disk that contains your picture into the disk drive of your computer. The picture is made available. 21. In Microsoft Image Composer, select Insert from the top menu bar, and then From File. 22. Click the down arrow button for the top popdown menu, and select 3 1/2 floppy (A). An Insert an Image File window appears. The floppy drive (usually the A drive) is selected. Contents on your drive may appear different from the illustration below. Page 47 of 66

49 23. The contents of the drive are displayed. Double-click on a file that has your picture. The picture is displayed in Image Composer. In this example, a picture of a cute baby is inserted into Microsoft Image Composer. 24. Click the Cutout button located in the left hand margin of the window: A Cutout window appears. Page 48 of 66

50 25. Click the Curve button: Curve is selected. 26. Image Composer allows you to cut out an image from its background. Place the mouse over your picture so that the pointer rests right between the top of your head and the background. The mouse is positioned for a point to be inserted. If the Cutout window is blocking your view of the picture, you can move it by clicking on its title bar (the bar that has the word Cutout ), holding the mouse button down, and dragging the mouse to a desired window location. Page 49 of 66

51 27. Click the mouse. A cut point is inserted. 28. Move the mouse slightly to the right, between the top of your head and the background, and click the mouse again. Another insert point is created, forming a cut line from your first point. Page 50 of 66

52 , 29. Continue to follow the outline of your head, clicking in additional points, to create an outline of your entire body. Use the scroll bars if you need to move about the image. A cutting line will be created that outlines your entire image. If you make a mistake, and one of your points does not line up with your image and the background, don t worry. You can move your points by clicking on the Move Points button in the Cutout window: Then, click once on the point that you want to move, hold the mouse button down, and drag the point that you want to move to its correct spot. Page 51 of 66

53 30. When finished inserting and editing your cut out points, click the Cutout button in the Cutout window: The image is cut out. 31. Click the background in the picture (outside of the boxed cutout). The original picture is selected. Page 52 of 66

54 32. Press the Delete button on the keyboard (Del). The original picture is deleted, and the cutout remains. If you accidentally erased your cutout instead of the original picture, click the Undo button located on the top toolbar: 33. Click the Effects button, located in the left margin of the window: Effect options are displayed in the window that use to display the Cutout options.. Page 53 of 66

55 34. Click the right scroll arrow in the Effects window so that a parrot with the words Drop Shadow appears. The Drop Shadow option is displayed in the Effects window. 35. Click the Details tab in the Effects window. Options for a drop shadow are displayed. Page 54 of 66

56 36. Set the options as outlined in the below illustration: The drop shadow options are changed. 37. Click the Apply button. A drop shadow is applied to the image. If you don t like the effect, click the Undo button on the top toolbar, change your settings, and click Apply again: Page 55 of 66

57 38. Make sure the image is selected (with a box around it, as displayed on the previous page) before moving to the next step. The image is selected. Click once on the image to select it (if not already selected). 39. Click the Copy button from the top toolbar: The selected image is copied. 40. Click once on the minimized FrontPage Editor in the Windows taskbar to maximize it. FrontPage Editor becomes active. Page 56 of 66

58 41. Locate an empty cell where you would like to place your picture. Click once in the cell so that the cursor is blinking. An insertion point is marked by the cursor. In this example, the top right hand corner cell on the Home Page (My Uninvention ) is selected for the picture placement. 42. Click the Paste button, located on the top toolbar: The picture is pasted onto your web page. Page 57 of 66

59 43. Click once on the image and resize it as needed. You may not want it to be larger than the span of your text. 44. Click the Preview in Browser button: The object is resized. A prompt will appear asking if you would like to save your page. Review Action Steps 4 through 7, on page 41 of this guide. 45. Click the Yes button. A Save Embedded Files window appears. Page 58 of 66

60 46. Save your image in the Image folder. The image is saved in the same folder as the clip art. Review Action Steps 10 through 13, on page 43 of this guide. 47. View how your image looks in the browser. Resize your browser window to put it to the test. When finished, Quit out of the browser, and return to FrontPage Editor to make any corrections. After the image is saved, the browser opens to show your web page. Corrections are made in FrontPage Editor. 48. Add additional clip art and composer images to your web site. Try playing with different effects in Image Composer. Additional images are inserted on other pages if needed. Page 59 of 66

61 6. Publish for the Web Once you are happy with how your web pages appear in the browser(s), it is time to publish the pages. When publishing the pages, FrontPage checks for broken hyperlinks, active elements, and images, and creates readable HTML (internet) files. 1. From the FrontPage Editor, click on the Show FrontPage Explorer button located on the top toolbar: FrontPage Explorer is displayed. 2. Click the Publish button located on the top toolbar of FrontPage Explorer: A Publish FrontPage Web window appears. Page 60 of 66

62 3. Insert a blank floppy disk (provided by your instructor) into the floppy drive of your computer. A disk is inserted into the floppy drive. The default location for the published web is located in the Webshare/WWWroot directory on your C drive (in case you were wondering). 4. Type A:\ FrontPage is directed to save the web pages onto the floppy disk. 5. Click OK. FrontPage writes the HTML code onto your floppy disk. Page 61 of 66 In this example, A is the floppy drive. The drives on your computer may be configured differently. If so, locate the floppy drive letter and substitute it for the letter A in Action Step 4. Be patient. Publishing your web pages can take several minutes depending on what they contain.

63 6. The lower left hand corner of the screen displays the progress of publishing your web pages. All programs are closed. When publishing is finished, exit out of FrontPage Explorer, Quit out of FrontPage Editor, and also Quit out of Image Composer (if open). 7. Click on My Computer: The contents of My Computer are displayed. 8. Double-click the 3 1/2 floppy drive. The contents of the floppy disk are displayed. Page 62 of 66

64 9. Double-Click the index.htm file. 10. View your published page. To make changes, open up FrontPage Explorer, select the page you wish to work on from the list of web projects, click the FrontPage Editor button, and begin. The Home Page, My Uninvention, appears in your computer s default browser (Netscape or Explorer). The Home Page file has automatically been named index because most servers default to files that have index as a name. The page is completed! Depending on your computer s set browser default, the icons on your floppy may appear differently than the above illustration, but the name will remain the same. Netscape has a ship s wheel icon. Page 63 of 66

65 11. To see how much work FrontPage actually did for you, go to Start, then Programs, then Accessories, then Notepad. The Notepad program is opened. Page 64 of 66

66 12. Once in the Notepad application, select File from the top menu bar, and then Open. An Open window appears. 13. From the pull down menu, select the 3 1/2 floppy drive (Drive A) The contents of the disk are displayed. Page 65 of 66

67 14. Select All Files from the Files of Type menu. All files on the floppy disk are displayed. 15. Double-click: index.htm 16. Scroll through the code. This is what you would have to type if you were a web programmer of yesterday, and this is the type of application that you would have had to do it in. The HTML code for the Home Page is displayed. You realize how nice web construction programs are. HTML can also be viewed in the FrontPage Editor by clicking the HTML tab at the bottom of the page. Congratulations on building a web page! Page 66 of 66 Pick up a book on HTML if you re interested, or read up on FrontPage or other web page construction kits. Have fun! When exiting out of Notepad, do not save your work.

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