Cool Frontpage Tips And Tricks

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You Will Most Likely Know This, But It Is useful For The Newbie Website Designer

In The Dynamic Html effects You Can Make Your Pics Change On Mouse Over etc, You Can Also Have Your Images Fly In From Certain Places And At Certain Speeds, I KNow This Is Newbie Stuff, Just Wanna see What u PPL Know About This Kinda Thing
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Welcome to Ozzu NerO. I have to admit, I don't 100% understand your post...sorta. The effects you seem to be refering to are typically javascript stuff. I'll be honest with you and all. Although I have and have used Frontpage and Dreamweaver and other WYSIWYG editors, I have yet to understand them. I can never get the code to do what I want it to and it never validates. I'm one of the old school guys who just writes pure code in Notepad and Wordpad and HTML-Kit. I just can't seem to get it to work unless I write it myself.

Perhaps you could be a little more clear on what you were trying to say in your post?

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He is just letting people know that in FrontPage in theDynamic HTML section you can automate a mouseover by simply selecting what picture you would like to show first, then second and it generates the script for you. There are also other features in that section such as the "fly in" image as he mentioned :D

For other Front Page information there are lots of tips and tricks, advice etc at http://www.frontpagetalk.com/

Or you can just ask me, I am the FrontPage Guru lol :lol: :wink:
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Good to know. I'll remember that musik next time I screw it up!
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:wink: yeah we can both screw it up together :lol:
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the code is so messy though...DWMX's built-in javascript codes for things
like this are far superior. just interjecting here...hehehe :P :twisted:

*runs out of FP talk giggling at himself*
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ra rar rar the code is messy blah blah blah - i ran it a FP created webpage through that program and half the stuff it said was wrong were ALT codes (and I didnt really need them). It accounted for like 70 of the 73 errors. :icontongue: :wink:
But yeah sometimes I get like a whole line of useless stuff repeating itself for no reason LOL
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messy = unnecessary code

i wasn't saying that the code was incorrect or unreadable. this argument
is said via devil's advocate, because i have never had a problem using it
in the past myself. I just wanted to put it out there before anyone else
did.

DW's code is definitely cleaner, regardless of what anyone says.

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