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Insert and modify tables
Tables represent an essential tool in building stable Web pages that look the same regardless of the size of the viewer's monitor. If you don't your information in tables, your viewers may have to endlessly scroll in order to read all of the information on their small monitors.
I strongly recommend the following:
When you open a new page, immediately create an invisible table. Go to "Table Properties" and define your table's size in percentages. I like to define my main table at 96% of the screen. Place all of your page content in that table.
Also, when working with images, place your images in tables as well. That way, your images will not float depending on the viewer's monitor.
Follow the tutorial on Front Page 2000. Click on http://www.actden.com/fp2000/java/toc.htm to open the Contents Section, and then click on the "Tables" (#6) tutorials and complete the activities to create tables, format tables, add text and images in tables, and add columns and rows.
When you complete the activities...
Save your page with tables into into your folder.
Hyperlinks help your viewer access information quickly and directly. Hyperlinks represent the beauty of non-linear Internet access.
Follow the tutorial on Front Page 2000. Click on http://www.actden.com/fp2000/java/toc.htm to open the Contents Section, and then click on the "Hyperlinks" (#7) tutorials and complete the activities to create links from text, images, image hotspots, and to email
Save your page with hyperlinks into your folder.