Microsoft FrontPage is a WYSIWYG HTML editor and web
site administration tool from Microsoft for the Windows operating
system. It is part of Microsoft Office and included in some versions of
the popular bundle.
As a WYSIWYG editor, FrontPage is designed to hide the details of pages'
HTML code from the user, making it possible for non-experts to easily
create Web pages and sites. Some web developers criticize this approach
as producing HTML pages that are much larger than they should be and
cause Web browsers to perform poorly. In addition, some people criticize
FrontPage specifically for producing code that often does not comply
with W3C standards and sometimes does not display correctly in
non-Microsoft web browsers. Some have even speculated that FrontPage's
rather poor code generation was intentionally done to inhibit uptake of
alternative browsers. However, seemingly all WYSIWYG editors manage HTML
poorly due to their promise of ease of use. Consequently, code is
written by a computer—proven throughout history to be less efficient
xxxKb = Size of downloadable file in Kb ||
- Manual on Internet (no downloadable)
- Htm Format |
- Microsoft Word (.doc) |
- Acrobat PDF (.pdf) |
- Rich Format Text (.rtf)
- Unformatted text (.txt) |
- Power Point (..ppt, pps) |
- Help (.chm) |
- Installer (.exe)
"This tutorial has received a lot of positive feedback since it was up,
and sure will teach you everything you need to create a fabulous site
using FrontPage 97'. So strap on and get ready for the most complete
FrontPage tutorial available. Lets get ready then!"
6 lessons. "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. "
"Here you'll find common tasks that you would use while working in
FrontPage creating pages.
To find out how to perform these tasks click on the appropriate link
below and it will guide you in a step by step fashion by providing
detailed directions and screen shots to follow."