[thelist] Question about front page 2002 graphic links

Steven Pierce steven.pierce at gmail.com
Thu Mar 30 18:20:55 CST 2006


FrontPage (FP) has built in templates that use different icon's and the
like.  What does
the page look like?  If it has a built in template then the buttons are part
of that.  Yes,
its code is a mess...

I have used FP a couple of times, it is really not my favorite.  I can get
around it in.
I have it installed on my machine.


On 3/29/06, Michael Sprague <fuzzy2k at pacbell.net> wrote:
> I have been handed a partially done page, and a copy of front page that is
> apparently how I am expected to finish this page.
> I have no decent graphics editor here, and my problem is graphics
> production.
> The buttons that are on the page, which include 3 states, were supposedly
> created in FP, but search as I might, I have not been able to decipher how
> they were made.
> Does anyone here use, or have knowledge of, this MS app?
> I have included the code for one of the buttons below, thinking it might
> help some kind soul to help me decipher this.
> Thanks for any assistance you might be able to offer.
> mailto:fuzzy2k at pacbell.net
> maillink provided in case you might decide to use it, so I can get this
> page off my desk and back to the drudgery of the regular day to day tasks
> they give me asap.
> <p><font size="6"><a href="rm1001nonb.pdf#nameddest=utmaugma"
> Target="_blank">
> <img border="0" id="img5" src="button4A.jpg" height="24" width="120"
> alt="Custodial (UTMA/UGMA)" fp-style="fp-btn: Braided Column 1;
> fp-font-style: Bold;
> fp-font-size: 11; fp-justify-horiz: 2" fp-title="Custodial"
> onmouseover="FP_swapImg(1,0,/*id*/'img5',/*url*/'button4B.jpg')"
> onmouseout="FP_swapImg(0,0,/*id*/'img5',/*url*/'button4A.jpg')"
> onmousedown="FP_swapImg(1,0,/*id*/'img5',/*url*/'button4C.jpg')"
> onmouseup="FP_swapImg(0,0,/*id*/'img5',/*url*/'button4B.jpg')"></font></p>
> p.s. long live the monkey junkies. viva la text editors
> Michael Sprague
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