When it comes to Web authoring tools, none is as simple to use at Microsoft FrontPage. With its generous amount of wizards and it’s library of templates and images, it’s a beginner’s dream. You won’t need a large staff to create a site that’s both useful and professional.
The latest edition, FrontPage 2000, contains some much needed improvements that make a solid choice for power users, as well. At last, FrontPage won’t mess with hand-coded HTML. It also supports Cascading Style Sheets and allows for pixel-precise placement of images.
Throughout this tutorial, we’ll show you how to tackle projects that range in difficulty from the simple to the complex. Please note that this guide is written for FrontPage 2000. Previous versions won’t include all the features discussed.
Lesson 1: Creating a Site
Lesson 2: Working with Frames
Lesson 3: Altering Images
Lesson 4: Adding DHTML and Other Media
Lesson 5: Managing a Site
Lesson 6: Other Timesavers and New Features