I have been using FrontPage since it first came out. I have been teaching FrontPage (all versions) in the classroom since 1999, and online through computer tutorials since 2002.
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I have created a line of computer tutorials online at www.599CD.com/Frontpage.
Personally, I am self taught. I've learned everything I know from books and trial & error. If I don't know the answer, I know how to find it.
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I used FP 2003 just fine on Windows 7. You just have to make sure you use FTP and hot HTTP. I would recommend downloading Expression Web (it's FREE) from Microsoft. That's what I use now. No problems
Looking at some of your HTML, you're referring to images in folders that start with an underscore _ character. These, by default, are hidden folders. That could be part of the problem. src="_themes/suit1/bullet1
Lately I've been hating WMP more and more. I too have produced video tutorials using WMP in the WMV format since about 2001. Over the past couple of years
This really isn't a FrontPage question, it's more of an SEO (Search Engine Optimization) question, but I can give you my advice. If you want to be found in search engines, the BEST way is to have PROPER
How about uploading your video to YouTube and just embedding it into your web page that way? They have the best load times of any site I've worked with. I include a lot of my tutorials as embedded YouTube