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create it. The first lesson will explore how Web pages work, including the
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display what you see when surfing the Internet. You'll learn about the different
types of Web sites you can create, from personal sites to commercial sites, and
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methods for planning and implementing your Web site. By the end of the lesson,
you'll be on your way to building your first Web site with FrontPage 2003
Friday - Lesson 02
Today’s lesson will
take an in-depth tour of the FrontPage interface.
You'll learn the names of all the different places,
toolbars, menus, and so on, so you, your fellow
students can talk the same language throughout the
rest of the course. What's a "main pane?" What are
"Page view views?" Inquiring minds want to know, and
this lesson has the answers! This lesson will also
go over the functions of each of the tools in
FrontPage so you'll know some of the cool and
outrageous capabilities you have at your disposal
with this powerful Web-development program.
Wednesday - Lesson 03
In this lesson,
you'll begin building your Web site in earnest,
adding new pages, then working through any
navigation issues so surfers can effectively make
their way through your site. This is definitely a
nuts-and-bolts kind of a lesson—just right for
starting off the second week of class.
Friday - Lesson 04
Most Web pages are
made up of a lot of text and a few pictures, so
knowing how to work with text in FrontPage 2003 is a
critical skill you'll need to master. Today's lesson
is all about text manipulation, so you'll soon be
working madly away with words. You'll also get
insight into how paragraphs work in Web pages and
learn the tools FrontPage provides to help you size
and shape your paragraphs. Finally, you'll get a
healthy dose of the page layout tools available in
FrontPage so you won't create Web sites that wobble
all over the place.
Wednesday - Lesson 05-
What would the Web be
without pictures? One dull place, if you ask anyone!
You learned about text in the last lesson, so now
it's time to tackle the other major component of Web
pages: images. This lesson will explore the ins and
outs of the three common image formats you'll find
on the Web: JPEG, GIF, and PNG. You'll master the
tools built into FrontPage 2003 for image
manipulation, including the ever-popular auto
thumbnailing and the Photo Gallery. This lesson will
wrap up with a discussion on several ways to acquire
images that are suitable for your Web site.
Friday - Lesson 06
Most students enjoy
this lesson immensely because they get a chance to
dive into the world of scanners, digital cameras,
and digital-image editing with third-party programs.
Although this topic is somewhat on the periphery of
a course on FrontPage 2003, many students want
digital imaging skills to help them build better Web
sites. It has also been found that even a short
lesson on working with images in a typical
photo-manipulation program (such as Adobe Photoshop)
can make a huge difference in the quality of your
Web site. This lesson will start by talking about
scanners. You'll learn how they work and how to pick
the right one for your Web site needs. Then the
lesson will go into a similar discussion about
digital cameras. You'll get the inside scoop on
image quality issues, storage media—such as
CompactFlash and x-Digital—and copying images from
your camera to your computer. This lesson will wrap
up with a discussion on digital image editing steps,
using a free-for-download program as an example. It
works like a lot of other popular commercial
image-editing programs, so you can follow along and
pick up new techniques for a variety of programs.
Wednesday - Lesson 07
The magic ingredient
that makes the Web such a dynamic and unique tool is
the use of links. Links, or hyperlinks, enable you
to traverse the world—literally—with a simple click
of the mouse. Lesson 7 will start out by going
through a scenario to teach you how to insert,
configure, and change hyperlinks on your Web pages.
It will help to keep you interested because you can
see the changes taking place in the Web site as the
lesson progresses. By the time you're finished,
you'll know all about relational and absolute links,
and when to use one or the other. You'll know how to
link to a specific page on the Internet, to a file
on an external computer, and to e-mail addresses.
This lesson will explore FrontPage's tools for
verifying whether the links in your Web pages still
point to valid targets or whether they're broken
links. And you'll find out how to keep your site
current and not stagnant. Finally, you'll learn how
to create links to specific sections of a Web page
and to create links within a digital image.
Friday - Lesson 08
Tables provide the
basic layout tool for Web pages, so mastering how
tables work will give you incredible power to go
from page design to page reality. Today's lesson
will pick up from where it left off in the page
layout in Lesson 4 and move into the nitty-gritty
details of working with tables in FrontPage 2003.
Using another extended scenario, you'll learn all
the mechanical steps for creating tables, adding and
deleting rows and columns, formatting the cells,
changing the background, and so on (and it won't be
boring!). This lesson will finish up with a look at
layout tables, a powerful tool unique to FrontPage
that will give you a chance to get very creative
with your tables and page layout.
Wednesday - Lesson 09
In casual Web surfing
you may have come across a well-designed Web site
that makes complete sense. In these sites, you
intuitively know how to find the information you
want, with hyperlinks and a navigational structure
that carry you effortlessly through the site's many
layers without letting you lose sight of the home
page or the site's purpose. Today's lesson will
discuss how to turn your Web site into a tightly
integrated masterpiece! You'll learn how and when to
apply shared borders for your Web pages. You'll get
the inside scoop on link bars, including how to
create custom links and links based on the
navigational structure you've been implementing
since Lesson 2. Finally, students will learn how to
use the Navigation view tool to manipulate and
manage complex Web sites.
Friday - Lesson 10
Today's lesson will
examine FrontPage's themes in depth. Themes can give your Web site a coordinated
look and feel by replacing plain backgrounds, headings, and links with
consistent colors and buttons. You'll learn how to apply a theme to one page or
to your whole Web site. You'll modify a theme to create one that works just
right for your site, and you'll learn how to remove a theme that's gotten
unruly. Finally, this lesson will look at cascading style sheets—how they work,
why you should know about them, and how to implement them in FrontPage 2003
Wednesday - Lesson 11
You've spent much of
the course so far building and modifying your Web
site. Now it's time to publish it to the Internet or
to an intranet server. In today's lesson, you'll
learn how to choose the Web host that's right for
you. This lesson will look at acquiring a dot-com
domain name and issues like online storage, tech
support, FrontPage Server Extensions, and cost. This
lesson will give you the inside scoop on what to do
before you publish your Web site. Then the lesson
will look at the many tools in FrontPage 2003 for
publishing your Web site and synchronizing between
the online and local copies of the site.