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Microsoft FrontPage 101
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2020 UPDATE: I am currently in the process of upgrading my FrontPage lessons for Expression Web. I expect to have them finished very soon. When they are released, you will get a FREE upgrade if you have purchased any of my VB lessons after August 1st, 2020. In the mean time, if you're currently using Expression Web, give these lessons a try. You may learn a few things. I'll be honest, the interface for Expression Web is a little different from FrontPage, but the majority of the program is the same. You can still learn how to build web pages from these lessons. But don't worry... updated videos are coming soon!

This is the perfect class for anyone who knows nothing about building Web pages, or has used FrontPage to build or edit some simple Web sites, but needs to learn how to build a Web site properly. We will take you from knowing nothing to building a full fledged company Web site from scratch (without the wizards) in a about an hour and a half. Yes, this course runs a little longer than our usual hour. It was tough to cut anything out of this one!

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11 years ago
Hi everyone, I am creating a database and I want to use the web browser as in the front with Access in the back to hold the data, but I am having problem with connecting the web browser to the database. Read More...
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Richard Rost 
11 years ago
Charles, I'm not aware of any incompatibilities between Vista and FP2003.
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charles rogers 
11 years ago
i have frontpage 2003 0n windows vista. does this create any problems or issues ?
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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Ursa, I still use Frontpage a lot. Even though I have Expression Web installed on my "main" work PC, I find that I have to go back to Frontpage often because Expression tends to muck up my old web pages with lots of CSS styles that I don't want. Will my Frontpage classes help with Expression? Sure... but there are a lot of differences between the two. Look for an Expression class soon.
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Sean Moscovita 
12 years ago
I was doubtfull as to the relevence of the lessons as they are a little old, However having no real experience I have found them to be infomative pulling together the little I have picked up and introducing some new and simple lessons. I look forward to taking the next lesson.
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12 years ago
Since Frontpage is not really used too much anymore, can this class help with Microsoft Expression?
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Hover Buttons are covered in FrontPage 102. If you're getting nothing but a red "X" in the box it could be because your FrontPage Server Extensions aren't installed (or working properly)... or if you used an IMAGE for your Hover Button and the image is missing or bad.
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leroy diaz 
13 years ago
Hi Rich,

I have been searching throught these lessons for how you can get the "Hover Button" to show when i View it on the web. But when i get on the web it has a box with an "x" (another words, It's not show ing at all) how do i get it to show on my web page...I now you have discussed this in one of these lessons...
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