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Creating and Managing Web Sites Using FrontPage 2000
(Microsoft Training Course: 1592) - 2 days - £1200 exc VAT



> Target Audience
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to create and manage a Web solution using Microsoft FrontPage® 2000. This two-day, instructor-led course is a combination of lecture, interactive demonstrations, and hands-on labs.
> Course outline
  1. Module 1: Overview of Microsoft FrontPage 2000
  2. Module 2: FrontPage 2000 Features
  3. Module 3: Introduction to the Construction Process
  4. Module 4: Building the User Interface
  5. Module 5: Designing and Implementing Site Navigation
  6. Module 6: Adding Design Elements
  7. Module 7: Adding Functionality to the Site
  8. Module 8: Publishing and Administrating the Site


Module 1: Module 1: Overview of Microsoft FrontPage 2000
  • Topics
  • Introduction to FrontPage 2000 Web solutions
  • Web terminology and concepts
  • Lab
  • Installing Microsoft FrontPage 2000
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Describe the capabilities of FrontPage 2000.
  • Define Web terminology and concepts
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Module 2: Module 2: FrontPage 2000 Features
  • Topics
  • Client features of FrontPage 2000
  • Server features of FrontPage 2000
  • Advanced features of FrontPage
  • New features in FrontPage 2000
  • Lab
  • Exploring Microsoft FrontPage 2000 features
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Describe the client features of FrontPage 2000.
  • Describe the server features of FrontPage 2000.
  • Describe the advanced features of FrontPage 2000.
  • Describe the differences between FrontPage 2000 and FrontPage 98.
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Module 3: Module 3: Introduction to the Construction Process
  • Topics
  • Planning the Web solution back-end
  • Planning the Web solution front-end
  • Opening a Web
  • Lab
  • Constructing a Web solution
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Describe the intranet construction process in terms of back-end needs.
  • Describe the intranet construction process in terms of front-end needs.
  • Create and save a Web site.
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Module 4: Module 4: Building the User Interface
  • Topics
  • Assembling your content inventory
  • Adding text and content
  • Lab
  • Using FrontPage 2000 to build the user interface
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Describe what is included in a content inventory and where to save the content inventory.
  • Implement and customize a theme.
  • Add and modify text and content.
  • Create and modify a shared border.
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Module 5: Module 5: Designing and Implementing Site Navigation
  • Topics
  • Setting a navigation structure
  • Adding navigation bars
  • Adding a table of contents
  • Creating hyperlinks
  • Adding e-mail links
  • Lab
  • Designing and implementing site navigation
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Create a navigation structure for a Web site.
  • Add navigation bars and features to a Web site.
  • Create and customize a table of contents.
  • Add hyperlinks and e-mail links to a Web site.
  • Add e-mail links to a Web site.
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Module 6: Module 6: Adding Design Elements
  • Topics
  • Adding graphic elements
  • Adding animation effects
  • Working with frames
  • Lab
  • Adding design elements to your Web solution
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Add graphic elements to a site and edit them using graphics editing tools.
  • Add animation and action effects to objects, pictures, and menus.
  • Add and use frames on a site.
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Module 7: Module 7: Adding Functionality to the Site
  • Topics
  • Designing and adding feedback forms
  • Adding a discussion Web
  • Creating database connections
  • Labs
  • Using the Forms Wizard
  • Creating and managing a discussion Web
  • Creating and customizing a database connection
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Design and add a feedback form.
  • Create and manage a discussion Web.
  • Create and modify a connection to a database.
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Module 8: Module 8: Publishing and Administrating the Site
  • Topics
  • Publishing the site using FTP
  • Administrating the site
  • Planning for growth
  • Lab
  • Publishing and administering your Web solution
Skills
  • Skills
  • Students will be able to:
  • Publish a Web solution using FTP.
  • Describe how to administer a FrontPage Web solution.
  • Describe how to plan for growth.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before beginning this course, students should have:
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft productivity tools such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint®, and Microsoft Excel.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Internet Explorer and basic Web navigation skills.
> Purpose
Explain the primary client and server features of FrontPage. Explain the intranet construction process including site administration, user interface, and opening a new Web file. Design, add, and modify a user interface including themes, content, and shared borders. Design, implement, and modify site navigation tools. Add and edit design elements such as graphics, animations, and frames. Add additional functionality to a site using forms, discussion Webs, and database links. Publish a site, perform basic site administration, and generate site management reports.