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FrontPage 2003 Essential Training

with Garo Green

Video: toolbars

Covers linking, HTML typography, CSS, tables, frames, themes, components, forms, and getting your site online.
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  1. 26m 17s
    1. toolbars
      5m 13s
    2. task pane
      2m 10s
    3. menus
      2m 25s
    4. page window / views
      4m 48s
    5. website tabs
      2m 52s
    6. ask a question box
      1m 24s
    7. folder lists
      2m 56s
    8. status bar
      4m 29s
  2. 42m 40s
    1. working with the exercise files
      1m 21s
    2. what is a FrontPage website
      4m 19s
    3. opening an existing website
      4m 58s
    4. exploring site views
      3m 51s
    5. understanding paths
      6m 30s
    6. file and folder management
      5m 16s
    7. importing files and folders
      3m 26s
    8. creating a new website
      7m 16s
    9. new website wizards
      5m 43s
  3. 26m 40s
    1. creating and saving web pages
      2m 39s
    2. inserting images
      4m 23s
    3. inserting text
      3m 2s
    4. aligning images / text
      2m 9s
    5. modifying page properties
      4m 44s
    6. creating links
      4m 3s
    7. adding meta tags
      2m 32s
    8. previewing in a browser
      3m 8s
  4. 25m 16s
    1. linking with menus
      2m 43s
    2. linking with drag-and-drop
      2m 17s
    3. e-mail links
      3m 27s
    4. external links
      1m 23s
    5. file links
      2m 36s
    6. bookmarks (named anchors)
      5m 20s
    7. image maps
      4m 2s
    8. formatting links
      2m 35s
    9. removing links
      53s
  5. 41m 17s
    1. creating / formatting HTML text
      11m 44s
    2. more font formatting
      1m 30s
    3. font lists
      2m 18s
    4. wrapping
      2m 35s
    5. headings
      2m 37s
    6. formatting paragraphs
      1m 44s
    7. ordered, unordered lists
      7m 28s
    8. special text characters
      2m 25s
    9. copy and paste text
      3m 40s
    10. using spell check
      3m 8s
    11. horizontal lines
      2m 8s
  6. 43m 55s
    1. what is a table?
      4m 32s
    2. rulers / layout grid
      2m 54s
    3. page margins
      1m 49s
    4. view > page size
      1m 56s
    5. creating a simple table
      2m 58s
    6. drawing a table
      3m 6s
    7. formatting tables
      6m 4s
    8. modifying tables
      3m 51s
    9. cell properties
      2m 21s
    10. fixed-pixel tables
      7m 12s
    11. percentage tables
      4m 35s
    12. converting text to tables
      2m 37s
  7. 44m 56s
    1. what is a layout table?
      4m 43s
    2. tracing pictures
      3m 19s
    3. creating layout tables
      10m 7s
    4. layout table templates
      1m 44s
    5. modifying layout tables
      2m 3s
    6. modifying layout cells
      10m 59s
    7. distributing columns / rows
      1m 52s
    8. auto-fitting content
      1m 18s
    9. cell corners
      6m 34s
    10. cell shadows
      2m 17s
  8. 45m 53s
    1. anatomy of CSS rules
      3m 19s
    2. applying style sheets
      3m 22s
    3. types of style sheets
      4m 25s
    4. creating type selectors
      8m 26s
    5. creating custom classes
      10m 22s
    6. creating external style sheets
      10m 52s
    7. formatting links with CSS
      5m 7s
  9. 29m 4s
    1. what are frames?
      4m 22s
    2. creating frames pages
      3m 59s
    3. modifying frames pages
      7m 57s
    4. linking and targeting frames
      4m 48s
    5. no frames content
      1m 15s
    6. frames background trick
      6m 43s
  10. 19m 41s
    1. viewing the code
      5m 27s
    2. editing in code view
      2m 5s
    3. reveal tags
      1m 38s
    4. quick tag selector
      2m 54s
    5. quick tag editor
      1m 36s
    6. code IntelliSense
      2m 25s
    7. jump menu forms
      3m 36s
  11. 44m 20s
    1. understanding form elements
      11m 41s
    2. laying out a form with tables
      9m 46s
    3. formatting forms with CSS
      6m 39s
    4. form validation
      3m 39s
    5. form templates
      2m 54s
    6. form page wizard
      3m 14s
    7. jump menu forms
      6m 27s
  12. 9m 35s
    1. ways to process forms
      1m 28s
    2. form properties
      5m 43s
    3. confirmation pages
      2m 24s
  13. 19m 26s
    1. what are behaviors?
      3m 1s
    2. open browser window
      4m 7s
    3. check browser
      3m 7s
    4. play sound
      2m 16s
    5. FrontPage add-in center
      3m 16s
    6. downloading / installing add-ins
      3m 39s
  14. 16m 51s
    1. interactive button component
      8m 13s
    2. swap image behavior
      4m 11s
    3. multiple event rollovers
      4m 27s
  15. 12m 12s
    1. applying themes to pages
      5m 24s
    2. modifying theme colors
      3m 27s
    3. modifying theme graphics
      1m 19s
    4. modifying theme text
      2m 2s
  16. 3m 12s
    1. find / replace
      1m 40s
    2. find / replace HTML tags
      1m 32s
  17. 17m 10s
    1. adding a background sound
      3m 16s
    2. linking to audio files
      2m 43s
    3. inserting .avi video files
      5m 11s
    4. inserting .mov video files
      3m 32s
    5. inserting flash content
      2m 28s
  18. 18m 29s
    1. dynamic effect web components
      4m 54s
    2. photo gallery component
      4m 38s
    3. link bar components
      4m 26s
    4. MSN map component
      2m 10s
    5. MSNBC component
      2m 21s
  19. 7m 21s
    1. what do you need?
      1m 48s
    2. remote site view settings
      3m 1s
    3. uploading files
      2m 32s
  20. 3m 53s
    1. FrontPage help system
      1m 22s
    2. FrontPage newsgroups
      1m 45s
    3. FrontPage newsletter
      46s

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FrontPage 2003 Essential Training
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FrontPage 2003 Essential Training with Garo Green is a movie-based workshop intended for beginning or existing FrontPage users who want to get up to speed with FrontPage 2003. You'll find hours of tips and techniques designed to help you understand how to use the feature-rich tools of FrontPage 2003. The tutorial covers topics such as FrontPage Web sites, linking, HTML typography, Cascading Style Sheets, tables, frames, themes, components, forms, how to get your site online, and much more.

Topics include:
  • Webpage basics
  • Typography
  • Layout tables/layout cells
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • Working in code view
  • Working with forms
  • Behaviors
  • Rollovers/interactive buttons
  • Inserting .avi and .mov files
  • Working with audio
  • Adding Flash content
  • Web components
Subjects:
Business Web
Software:
FrontPage
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toolbars

In this first section of the course we are going to take a look at the Microsoft FrontPage 2003 interface. And the goal here is to get you more familiar with the different menus, and buttons, and panels, and windows, and the things that you are going to use within FrontPage 2003 to create your various web pages and websites. Now I don't want you to try to remember everything that's in this section. The goal again is just to sort of familiarize you with these different components, so that when you encounter them later on, they will be that much more familiar to you, and you won't go into the shock.

Now when you open FrontPage, your screen should look very similar to mine. It should open up with a blank page, and the interface it looks just like mine. Now you will have to activate FrontPage the first time you open it, meaning, you have to connect to microsoft.com, send them your serial number, and they will activate it for you. If you don't have one, you can install FrontPage as a trial version, they actually give you a pretty generous trial period. So let's take a look at the first interface element, and that's the toolbars.

Now, FrontPage 2003 by default will have these two toolbars here at the top open by default. The one at the top is called the Standard toolbar, and the one beneath it right here is the Formatting toolbar. The Standard toolbar contains a series of buttons that will let you perform some of the most common standard functions within the program. Create a new page, Open a page, Save a page, Find one and so on and so forth. And you can hover over any of these buttons, and a little Help tag will appear that tells you what that button does.

The Formatting toolbar allows you to format different elements. Most often you'll will use this to format text. You see you have a Styles menu, you've got a Font menu, Size menu and so on, and so forth. And again, you can just move your cursor over each of these until you get that little Help tag. Now if you go to the View menu and you come down to Toolbars, you will notice that FrontPage 2003 has more than just these two toolbars right here. It actually considers the Task Pane which we'll talk about in a moment, that's this area over here as a toolbar as well.

But the ones with the check are enabled and you'll see those on your screen. Now some toolbars float, and Code View is one that sort of floats around the screen. Come back to View, Toolbars, you can see I have got that one selected now. Again, close it by Clicking on the X button, or coming back in here under View, Toolbars, and just simply selecting it again. So if you want to enable or disable, you can come in and select it here, or choose the little X button in the upper-right hand corner.

Now some toolbars are docked like the Standard and the Formatting toolbar, and in their upper-left hand corner is a series of little dots. I call this the gripper, I'm not really sure what the technical name is, but hey, gripper works for me. And notice that my cursor changes to this little black four-headed arrow when I move over that area of the toolbar, and that's an indication to me that if I Click and hold down the mouse button, I can undock that toolbar, and move it around the screen.

And notice as I come down to the bottom portion of the FrontPage interface, it sort of redocks, and I can undock it. Click in this gray area to move it around, and if I move it to the left- hand side of the screen, the toolbar will dock there, you can pull it away, and you can sort of just move it around the screen to see where it snaps into different locations. And what's nice about this is as you become more familiar with FrontPage 2003, you can really start to customize the interface to meet your own individual needs, and I can put it right back where I got it, and sometimes this is a little bit of a guessing game.

Now notice that this time instead of stacking it on top of the Formatting toolbar, it put it on side-by-side, and I can just come down and reposition the Formatting toolbar just like so. Now another way that you can change the location of these two toolbars right here is using the Toolbar Options menu. If you Click on this little arrow right here, you have two options, Show Buttons on One Row, which is the opposite of what we see right here, or you can put them on one row.

Now something funny happened here, it sort of shortened the Standard toolbar. So in addition to this little black arrow, we now see these double arrows at the top. If I Click on that, I can access all over the missing options. If you're working with a really small monitor, or a really low resolution, that might be an option for you. You can also choose to Add or Remove Buttons very easily, and we might get into this later, it's little bit more of an advanced feature, but just knowing that it's there is a good thing.

So that's kind of toolbars 101 inside of FrontPage 2003, and as I said, as we go through this course, you'll get a chance to work with a lot of these different options.

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