FrontPage 2002: Level 1
Duration: 1 day
Overview: Microsoft FrontPage 2002 is a desktop software application you can use to create, edit, and manage web sites, whether for an intranet or for the World Wide Web.
To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following Element K course or have equivalent knowledge:
Windows 2000: Introduction
Microsoft Word 2002: Level 1
Microsoft Word 2002: Level 2
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0: Introduction
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activites.
WYSIWYG Short for What You See Is What You Get, a WYSIWYG site creation tool displays a web page as a person would view it in his or her browser; however, because it's likely that visitors will view your web pages using different browsers and at different screen resolutions, the WYSIWYG-ness of FrontPage is relative. How would you like to save time on the job? Whether you're a seasoned webmaster or ready to create your very first web site, who wouldn't? Because FrontPage is a flexible, WYSIWYG software application, you don't have to waste valuable development time learning and applying the technological, background complexities that go into creating a web site and its pages. (In fact, FrontPage uses many of the same features as other Microsoft Office applications. So, for instance, if you know how to bold text in Microsoft Word, you already know how to do it in FrontPage.) Although FrontPage can and does do most of the "geek" stuff for you, allowing you to concentrate on shaping your site's content, it also provides easy access to and integration with higher-end web technologies-sure to satisfy even the most Web-savvy veteran.FrontPage now also allows web developers to import, edit, and format their own HTML code.
Anyone needing the fundamental skills necessary to create, edit, and publish pages that include text and pictures to an intranet or the World Wide Web.
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of these course, students will be able to:
identify site-planning considerations, create a new web, a home page, and add and format text on the home page.
create and modify tables.
add, edit, and link pictures, as well apply and modify themes.
prepare a web for publishing.
Creating a Web
Planning: Things to Consider Before Creating a Web
Creating an Empty Web
Creating a Home Page
Adding Text to a Page
Applying Text Formatting
Working with Tables
Inserting a Table
Editing a Table's Structure
Formatting a Table
Converting a Text File into a Table
Adding Hyperlinks to Pages
Adding Pages to a Web's Navigation Structure
Inserting a Custom Link Bar Web Component
Removing a Page from a Web's Navigation Structure
Adding Visual Appeal to a Web
Adding a Picture to a Page
Editing a Picture
Creating an Image Map
Using the Drawing Tools
Applying a Theme to an Entire Web
Modifying a Theme and Applying It to an Individual Page
Preparing and Publishing a Web
Creating and Managing Tasks
Organizing Your Web's Files
Viewing FrontPage Reports
Correcting a Broken Link Using the Hyperlinks Report
Using Text Editing Tools
Publishing Your Web to the Personal Web Manager
Creating a Backup Copy of a Web