Tuesday, October 26, 2010


frontpage 2003
Frontpage 2003
Microsoft FrontPage is a  HTML editor and Web site creation tool from Microsoft for the Microsoft Windows

line of operating systems.It was was branded as part of the Microsoft Office 1997-2003.It was created in Cambridge, Massachusetts company Vermeer Technologies Incorporated.


Why Front page is use?

Frontpage is use to create a web site, it is easy way to create anyone can use it. If you have some programming knowledge regarding website design then it is very helpful. It makes our work very simple we can easily add images, videos, tables, forums etc with out type any code. You can create menus by selecting options. Now we learn how to use front page step by step first we know Why we choose Microsoft Frontpage 2003.

Why we choose Frontpage 2003?  
  1. It has split view which can show both design view as well as code view.
  2. First time it has DWT (Dynamic Web Templates) which means now you can create single template that could be used across multiple pages and even the whole Web site.
  3. It has new attractive view, it has new interactive buttons, easy way to create new graphics navigation or links.
  4. It have an HTML Optimizer is included to help optimize the code to make it readable and faster to process.
  5. Frontpage 2003 support ASP.NET a server side scripting language. 
 Learn Front page step by step:

Before staring we have know about HTML codes:

This is the structure of HTML code


<h1>My First Heading</h1>

<p>My first paragraph.</p>


Now lets know about some HTML tags:

<!--     comment     <!--This can be viewed in the HTML part of a document-->     Nothing will show (Tip)

<a -     anchor       <a href="http://www.domain.com/">frontpage 2003</a>              frontpage 2003 (Tip)

<b>     bold           <b>Example</b>                                                                            Example

<body>                  body of HTML document     <body>The content of your HTML page</body>

<br>                       line break

<h1>                      heading 1

<h2>                      heading 2
<h3>                      heading 3
<h4>                      heading 4
<h5>                      heading 5
<h6>                      heading 6

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