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Posted 24 March 2004 - 03:39 PM
I'm looking to get ideas at what it would cost to have a professional turn my existing website, created by myself in Front Page, into something that looks more like this: www.italian-charms-resource.com/
Or, since italycharms.com is already #1 on MSN and Yahoo for 'italian charms' I might consider starting a fresh new site using some of the data from italycharms.com as well as some new ideas. I really like the format/layout/etc. of www.italian-charms-resource.com and it's probably much better optimized than my own (italycharms.com).
Posted 24 March 2004 - 06:35 PM
I did not know that! Do you know of any good resources out there to give me advice on how to better utilize Front Page? I'm getting ok at it, but could be a lot better.
Josh, Did you know that this site below is built from Frontpage.
Posted 26 March 2004 - 09:20 AM
Thomas Brunts OutFront is a very good website for Frontpage beginners. http://www.outfront.net
Don't worry, the best thing you could probably do with Frontpage is turn all the frontpage bits and pieces off. Then use it as an editor. If you don't have creative design talent, buy templates. I am certainly not graphically gifted. Me and graphics, yuk. Get a membership to a site such as http://www.aplustemplates.com where you get access to the entire range of templates to cut and paste, use as you wish, instead of this pay per template thing.
Someone like them allow you full permission to use and modify templates as you wish once a member. Good Luck and hope that helped.
Posted 26 March 2004 - 01:40 PM
How do I do this?
turn all the frontpage bits and pieces off
And thanks for all the help, those websites you recommended look really good!
Posted 26 March 2004 - 06:58 PM
This will allow the "webs" in which you create your projects to not automatically take up navigation structures, headers, footers, etc. If you go through those tabs, you can turn off most of the junk that is inserted within the codes, ie. unique table identifications, etc. Becomes a normal, quite good editor then.
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