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FrontPage 2003 - Course Aware and User Guide

FrontPage 2003 - Course Aware and User Guide

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Published by: AndyOwl on Nov 01, 2010
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Chapter 1 - Web Site Decisions
CHAPTER 1 - WEB SITE DECISIONS
Before you can start to use FrontPage, you have some big decisions to take about the nature of your web site. These are:
Should you use frames?
Should you use shared borders?
What browser should you aim at?
What screen size can you assume?
Should you use a theme?
What navigation method should you use?
Do you want your web site to appear high up in searches?
Where will your pictures come from?
What will the layout of your web site be?
Should your web site use style sheets?
On what server will your web site be published (will you be able to use FrontPageextensions)?
What about other web tools, like dynamic HTML and Active Server Pages?This chapter attempts to explain and answer all of these questions!
© Copyright 2010 Page 1
 
Chapter 1 - Web Site Decisions
1.1Frames
An example of the use of 
 frames
in a web site is shown below:Here are two good reasons not to use frames:1)Wise Owl experience is that they create complex problems with navigation, since eachframe functions as an independent page.2)Most (nearly all) commercial web sites don’t use them – all those professional webdesigners must know something.
© Copyright 2010 Page 2The advantage of using frames is that youcan scroll each window independently – something which is very hard to achieveotherwise.This web site is dividedinto a top banner, left menu page and right content pageusing tables – the only lossis that you can not scrolleach part independently.
Wise Owl’sHint
This courseware does not make any reference to frames – instead we will use layout tables and shared borders to divide up our pages.
 
Chapter 1 - Web Site Decisions
1.2Shared Borders
An example of the use of 
 shared borders
is shown below: 
© Copyright 2010 Page 3The
top
shared border always contains a graphicgiving the page title.The
left 
shared border always contains the buttonsallowing you to move between pages.
Wise Owl’sHint
Shared borders make creating web sites much simpler, and we will usethem in our example web site.

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