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Kimmer:

 

If you are working with FrontPage you don't have to buy anything else. You publish with FrontPage. You need to find out from your host provider if they have FrontPage extensions capability. If they do, then make sure they have it set up for your site. Then go to File, Publish web, and then it is pretty intuitive from there. Just fill in the blanks. If you run into any snags let me know and I will give you further instructions.

 

You can also publish to an FTP site; however, you won't be able to use anything on your site that uses FrontPage extensions. This is true for 2002. I hear that with FrontPage 2003 extensions are not as important.

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Naomi,

 

So with FP 2002, I don't need to FTP?

 

I just make sure that my host has FP extentions, then click on the publish button and it will guide me from there?

 

kimmer.

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Hey Webmasters.... <Naomi> ;)

 

Does anybody use a "client log in " page on thier site??

 

What would this entail?? (how do you do it)???

 

 

kimmer :D

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Hi Kimmer:

 

I don't have this and I don't think there really is a need. The only reason for this is if you had a client that had to upload and download a lot of documents to you. I just would use a separate service for this, rather than fussing with it on my site.

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Kim,

 

My brother and sister in-law are successful web designers and they recommend Go-Daddy if that helps.

 

Kelly

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Another query!!!

 

I'm not sure I "get" the whole data base thing in FP??

 

So, on my contact page where I have my form for people to fill out and submit to me...when someone fills this out and submits it, it will show up in the excel page that I see in the reports section?? All info that people send will be sent to this excel page ??

 

Kimmer. :D

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Hi Kimmer:

 

That is correct. FrontPage puts it into your private folder in .csv format. You can also set the form up to e-mail the information to you.

 

1. Right click form

2. Click on Form Properties

3. Enter your e-mail address

 

You can also make your own confirmation page (instead of the default confirmation page) then have that come up when the visitor submits the form.

 

1. Set up your Confirmation Page

A. To personalize

1. Insert

2. Web Component

3. Advanced Controls

4. Confirmation Field (the fields have to be the exact name as in the form)

No spaces in the field names, or use an underscore, e.g., First_Name

2. On your Form Properties box click on Options

3. Click on Confirmation Page

4. Click on Browse and select the Confirmation Page you set up

5. Okay

6. Okay

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Naomi,

 

Thanx for the info!! You explain things so well!!

 

Now I understand! ;)

 

kimmer.

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