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FrontPage Chapter Two goes more in depth from what we learned in Chapter one.
FrontPage2000 is part of the Microsoft Office 2000 Software package, and is one of the most widely used, and highly acclaimed, web site design assistors.  Among other things, it helps in creating background, bullets, headers, and more!
The University of Maryland image is a hyperlink to the University homepage.  Click on it to show the class what a website looks like.
There are a plethora of search engines on the internet, and they are very helpful when searching for hard to find information. 
There are many benefits to a website and little, if any, drawbacks.  When needed, create a webpage for your company/personal use so other people can access your base of knowledge or resources. 
While E-Bay.com may be good for purchasing items off the web, A and B will help you find anything you want to know about current events.
Navigation View is a viewing option where you create an outline of the Web Page which shows the links between one page and another.
Top Down is an option in Navigation Viewing
Following these steps allow you to use the Drag and Drop Method
To enhance the webpage, and make it more user friendly, it is imperative that you utilize these available and basic tools.
Although it serves no browsing function, this is the most prominent feature of the website, and should be made accordingly.
A shared banner creates a standardized background for the entire web site.  Provides a common theme which unites the separate pages in the web site.
Navigation Bars are links to other, more important areas within the Web Site; such as “Home” or “Search” etc that are found on every page on the Site.
A template sets the tone for a Web Site. The red, yellow and blue squares and the fading gray line is the template for this PowerPoint presentation.  A template is simply the consistent appearance of each page within the site. A solid page design draws in and people and makes it more aesthetically pleasing
The Navigation bar is intended solely to move the browser throughout the given Web Site and not the rest of the Web.
One should always use appropriate graphics.  Whenever possible use animated and funny pictures, because they will make the web page more attractive.
Graphics are not always self-sufficient.  They usually need text and context so that they do not look arbitrary and random.
Graphics have many benefits and are very useful, but be aware of the many drawbacks—slow moving web pages and distraction from content.  Notice that the amount of, and randomness of, these graphics detracts from the content of this slide.
Use scanned photographs sparingly, because they do not produce crisp images.  Digital cameras provide clearer, crisper pictures.
Thumbnails reduce the size of normal sized pictures, enabling you to put more images on a page then you could with normal graphics.
The most important thing to know about graphics is that they can only be helpful to a certain extent, and once the line is crossed, it becomes a detraction
Web Filing is the process of labeling and saving Web Sites.  It is less complicated than changing the names of all of your Homepages.
All Homepages are saved as we have seen, but the other pages you must name.  Appropriate naming is important to the organization of your Web Site.
Keeping the Web File names simple makes maintenance and restructuring it easier.
Without using the proper citations, your site can be cited for Copyright infringement.  The process is simple but important for the survival of your site.
There are many laws about when and how to Copyright.  That is why it is crucial to research your material and where it is coming from.  Make sure that you have permission to use any material that you choose to put up on your site.
Make sure to communicate with the visitors to your Site, so that they know you are working to improve and update your site.  Without this, viewers will think that your site is lacking.
Without each of these 3 steps, the Web Site is still incomplete and cannot be published, because if people visit the site while it is unfinished it leaves a poor impression.
It is important to make sure that the site is functioning properly and things that are no longer relevant are removed or updated.
This is the final step in the completion of your site.  Getting it to a place where the public can access it quickly and easily.
Remember, obtaining the rights to access a server is the only way to get your site up on the Internet.
To ensure the maximum accessibility of your site, make sure that users of all Web browsers can view the site.
Once you know that the site is accessible, you might wonder how many people visit the site.  A hit counter is a feature, provided by FrontPage, that counts the number of visitors to a site.
The easier you make it for the public to find your site, the more hits you will get.  If your website is truly beneficial to the public, by you are doing them a service by making it easier for them to find it.
With publication, the most obvious steps are complete; however, the most tedious is just beginning.  Maintaining the Web Site is an ongoing process.
We hope you had fun.