More about FrontPage!

To work with FrontPage, you need to start finding images that you will be wanting to use on your Website.

Search the Internet, collect the URLs where your images are held. Bring this list to class so we can visit the sites together to determine if we can really use the images.

Remember, you can’t just copy and paste images from anywhere on the Internet that would be plagiarism. Instead, you need to give credit to whomever is responsible for owning the images. URLs are important, so keep a copy of them in your image files.

In addition, to use images in FrontPage, the images need to be saved in your image file. We will then insert the images into Frontpage from that file.

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6 Responses to More about FrontPage!

  1. nancy_perez555 says:

    Its great that youre teaching us how to do all this! I havent been able to work on it. But I cant wait to start because a lot of my classmates have told me it’s fun!

  2. My Journal says:

    I’m glad that your teaching this to our classroom. They should be impressed and inspired by our delighted and greatful teacher. I have been able to work on it… for a minute or two. It’s also cool to make a webpage on Frontpage. Frontpage may not be like Freewebs.com, but it’ll give you an idea of how to create a web page.

  3. tinkybell says:

    What about the Clip Art thing you showed us??? Do we have to write that URL too??? Or because it’s part of Microsoft we dont write anything?

  4. Jesse says:

    It’s very fun getting to learn new things you can do on the computer.Epecially things that are very interctive.

  5. aviree says:

    i agree with nancy_perez555 about how you taught us all these things about the computer my lil sister would always copy the pictures from the internet without the url so i told her u need to or you would be stealing.

  6. Hayley says:

    I am just having trouble with getting the animated pictures in.

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