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After reading this page, you may wish to go back to the "Getting Started" page to read "Where to Start."
How to make a new web using this web template
  1. Go to File > New > Web (2000) or File > New > Page or Web (2002).
  2. In 2002, you will need to click "Web Template" in the right side taskbar.
  3. Choose the Business Ready web template, and specify the location you want to publish to.
  4. Click "OK" and wait for FrontPage to create your new web.


Quickly add pages!
Open an existing page and go to File > Save As to save a copy.

Don't forget to drag your page into navigation view to get your navigation bars working.



Adding New Pages to Your Web

You may add new pages in two ways.

1. Copy an existing page.

This is useful if you have inserted a logo and made other layout changes that you want to apply to all the new pages that you are creating. Open a page that has the layout the way you want it, then go to File > Save As. Save the page under a new name - be sure to change the page title as well! Then, go to Navigation View and drag your new page into the navigation structure. Please read below about the Flash movie.

2. Use the Page Template.

Go to File > New > Page (2000) or File > New > Page or Web (2002). In 2002, click on "New from Page Template" in the right column. Browse to the page template you wish to use and click OK. This will bring up a new page in FrontPage. You will need to save this page into your web. Then, go to Navigation View and drag your new page into the navigation structure.

Deleting Pages from Your Web

Right-click on the pages you wish to delete in your Folder List, in Folder View, or in Navigation View, then select "Delete."

Renaming Pages

If you would like to use an existing page but want to rename it, you may easily do this in Folders View. Right-click on the file name and/or the page title and choose "Rename" to rename your file.

Cascading Style Sheets

If you apply the theme without Cascading Style Sheets, the fonts will be "normal" sized, and you may resize them yourself.

If you apply the theme with Cascading Style Sheets, your default font will be 10pt. We also included a custom style called "infobox" in a smaller font, to use in your info boxes, and a custom style called "adbox" for the ad box. Any changes you make manually to the fonts will show up in Internet Explorer, but not in some versions of Netscape.

Style sheets are a nice way to globally change properties of paragraphs and text -- instead of having to go to each page and change your text from 8pt to 10pt, you can just change the style sheet.

If you would like to define a new "style" (a certain way to display text -- what font, size, color, etc.), you may modify the theme or create new style information.

To modify the style sheet associated, with the theme: Go to Format > Theme, click the Modify button, click the Text button, click on More Text Styles, and create a new style. Once you are back in Normal View, you may access these styles from the Style dropdown menu. Styles are usually applied to entire paragraphs.

To modify or create a new style sheet, go to Format > Style.

Info Box


To copy: go to Table > Select > Table, then Edit > Copy. Bring your cursor to the place you want to have an info box and Edit > Paste.
To resize: Right-click in the box, selecting Table Properties, and changing the pixel width dimensions. Text:
You may define the text to be the "infobox" class for white text.
This info box can go anywhere, even in the main content area!




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