Using Frontpage To Go Frameless
Jul 20, 2005
Anyone here use FrontPage? I've been thinking of using Frontpage to
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Jun 1, 2007
take my web site, www.dennisallen.com, and go frameless. Since I have a
left framed frame.htm with lots of javascipt code, is this a good idea?
I could use FP insert/components/web page to add my frame.htm page to all
and needs onload= to start them. I suppose I could move my <script> code
into the <body>. What are the advantages/disadvantages of <head> script
code as opposed to <body> script code?
Side question. Many of my pages have external <script src="temp.js"> calls.
In fact, a couple of pages I have to create a <body onload="xload()"> in
which xload() checks to make sure all the temp.js functions are loaded
before proceeding. Now it seems to me that the FP insert/component/page
could bypass this need altogether, but insert/component/page only asks for
*.htm files. What, do I want to convert my *.js files to *.htm files,
wraping <html><body><script></script></body></html> around them?
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Jun 3, 2009
popup window shouldnt contain minimize,close and maximize buttons and
it should be resizable? I am trying using window.open but not getting
the desirable results.
Each product page of a catalog will have a url with a product parameter e.g. [URL] or [URL] I would want that value 'Product1' to show up on the LitRequest Form and then get transmitted when the form is completed and submitted submitted
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Dec 17, 2000
I have been using Frontpage to design web sites and know that online-forms can be created using Frontpage, but the host must have Frontpage Server Extensions installed...
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Mar 23, 2009
...I was wondering if the online forms were simply CGI scripts??
If so, could i not get DreamWeaver Ultra Dev and write the CGI scripts in there? - I think DreamWeaver is capable of this?
Therefore, if a server supported CGI scripts and i had to pay extra for FRONTPAGE EXT. then i could bypass this problem by using CGI scripts...
...does this make sense? If not, why not?
I've been researching the whole night (and now early morning) on how to disable the Edit With Microsoft Office FrontPage (draw-down of File) feature to no avail even though I know it is possible. To confront the nay-sayers, here's proof-positive evidence: [URL]. On the above site, and virtually all clear channel company radio sites, when you click down on File, you'll see that Edit With Microsoft Office FrontPage is disabled.
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I read that you are to type the following in the code, but it has not worked for me:
<meta http-equiv="editable" content="dream-on"/>
Found on [URL]
Again, this does not work for me. Maybe I inserted it wrong? Where is the above <meta line supposed to be inserted in the code view of the web page?
The other incidental issue I have that I'd like to address is this: I found that a web site, naturalhandyman.com, has an extraordinary html encryption protection system: In the DESIGN VIEW, mind you, of his site on FrontPage, not the code view, all of his content is blocked out, replaced with a phrase such as, "[../_private/iipbotter.html]." HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE? I'd like something like this! Do you know what he used? Also is he using a particular type of encryption software because it seems his search rank is not being affected at all?