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Description from the Publisher:

FrontPage 2003 advances your Web development in three key areas.

  • Designing: Use enhanced design tools to produce better looking Web sites. New layout and graphics tools make it easier to design exactly the site you want.
  • Coding: Use design tools to generate better code, or expand your code skills. Use built-in scripting tools for interactive results. And with professional coding tools, you can write code faster, more efficiently, and with greater accuracy.
  • Extending: Connect with people and information in new ways by building Extensible Markup Language (XML) data-driven Web sites using the first commercially available, completely WYSIWYG ("what you see is what you get") Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) editor. The enhanced publishing features and options help you get your Web pages online more quickly.

Features:

  • Professional design, authoring, data, and publishing tools to create sophisticated Web sites
  • New layout and graphics tools make it easier to design exactly the site you want
  • Design tools to generate better code, or expand your code skills
  • With professional coding tools, write code faster, more efficiently, and with greater accuracy
  • Enhanced publishing features and options help get your Web pages online more quickly

What's New:

Web package template
Set up Web Logs and issue tracking lists and classroom sites with just a couple of clicks with pre-built Web package templates.Insert data views and configure data sources—including XML varieties, Windows® SharePoint™ Services data, Web services, and OLE Database (OLEDB) data sources.

Dynamic Web templates
Added support for richer Web site templates enables you to create multiple templates, each containing multiple content regions, and apply these to pages in your Web site. Target specific browser or screen resolutions by using browser and resolution reconciliation. You can also see how your site will look in various combinations of browsers and resolutions.

Layout detection
Automatically identify layout tables with the Enable Layout tool, and have complete control over layer creation, placement, and visibility. Use manipulation tools to more easily work with multiple images and pieces of content that sit in the same space, and to create visual effects, such as pop-up menus.

Split view
The new Split view helps you create and update sites more quickly by showing both the Code view and the Design view at the same time. Modifications made in the Design view automatically update in the Code view. Select, modify, and manipulate tags easily using the Quick Tag Selector and Quick Tag Editor.

Modify text files
Modify text files, such as JavaScript, XML files, or Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) directly within the FrontPage editor using , taking advantage of all the new code editing features without having to switch to a different editor.

IntelliSense for authoring Microsoft JScript® and Microsoft Visual Basic®, Scripting Edition (VBScript)
The Code view provides IntelliSense technology to reduce errors in code writing. IntelliSense includes statement completion and shows the parameters available for the code you're writing, like Visual Studio does. The technology is available for HTML, cascading style sheets, XSLT, Microsoft JScript®, and Microsoft ASP.NET.

Use behaviors to author JScript
Author JScript without writing a single line of code. Just select your desired functionality, and FrontPage 2003 takes care of the rest.

ASP.NET controls
FrontPage 2003 supports the preview of ASP.NET controls, enabling you to work with Microsoft Visual Studio®. Preview, reposition, and resize these ASP.NET controls, and use Microsoft IntelliSense® support for scripting to ASP.NET intrinsic controls so you can easily hook up, tailor, or even instantiate new controls.

Quick Tag Selector
See the HTML tree structure below the insertion point in the user interface, and select or manipulate items in the Design view. The Quick Tag Selector lets you select the exact element you need.

Smart find and replace
FrontPage 2003 provides basic find and replace functionality, as well as a rules engine for doing HTML searches. You can quickly search on and replace attributes or tags across your entire site, or on specific pages.

Data view Web Part
Authoring the Data view is done on live data directly in the FrontPage 2003 Design view through the Data view Web Part. When you insert a Data view, you are actually inserting a Data view Web Part into your page.

Export and import Web packages
Export and import collections of Web pages and content from Microsoft Windows® SharePoint™ Services Web sites. FrontPage 2003 makes sure that all dependent files are included when you import or export.

XML support
FrontPage 2003 enables you to create and modify XSLTs for viewing XML data. It supports Microsoft Word or XML files and URLs that return XML, and it has all the tools necessary to handle and format XML data sources.

Accessibility checking
Select guidelines (including United States government section 508 guidelines) to follow and receive suggestions.

Browser and resolution reconciliation
Target specific browser or resolutions, or see how your site looks in various combinations of browsers and resolutions—including simultaneous previewing of multiple browsers.

Quick Tag Editor
The Code view provides IntelliSense technology to reduce errors in code writing. IntelliSense includes statement completion and shows the parameters available for the code you're writing, like Visual Studio does.

Add Macromedia Flash content
Include Macromedia Flash content in your Web site by just dragging it into your work area. FrontPage 2003 provides a dialog box so you can set properties on a Flash movie by double-clicking it. Improved Features

Modify your pages in a WYSIWYG environment
Build your site by dragging images using a WYSIWYG ("what you see is what you get") editor—just as you can with publishing software.


Requirements:

  • Computer/Processor A computer with a 133 megahertz (MHz) or higher processor; Pentium III recommended
  • Memory 64 MB of RAM (128 MB recommended) for the operating system, plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each program running simultaneously
  • Hard Disk 245 MB of available hard-disk space with 115 MB on the hard disk where the operating system is installed (hard-disk usage varies depending on configuration; custom installation choices may require more or less hard-disk space)
  • Drive CD-ROM drive
  • Display Super VGA (800 ? 600) or a higher-resolution monitor with 256 colors
  • Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 (SP3), Microsoft Windows XP, or a later operating system
  • Peripheral Microsoft mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse®, or a compatible pointing device