Publisher designed site needs frontpage to work???


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Guest

I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded to my
host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my hair out
for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it from
frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage compatable???
any help would be appreciated.
 
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JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]

You will probably get a better answer over in the publisher.webdesign
newsgroup. Not that the FrontPage people can't answer it. They are quite
knowledgeable.

I'd help you but I use Front Page for my website.
 
G

Guest

Thanks, I give that a try.

JoAnn Paules said:
You will probably get a better answer over in the publisher.webdesign
newsgroup. Not that the FrontPage people can't answer it. They are quite
knowledgeable.

I'd help you but I use Front Page for my website.

--

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



Ken said:
I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded to my
host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my hair
out
for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it from
frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
compatable???
any help would be appreciated.
 
A

Andrew Murray

Yes, apparently it uses the frontpage extensions, or a third party form
handler script.....
 
E

E. T. Culling

I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for desk
top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
ETC
 
T

Thomas A. Rowe

MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions for the Form function as long as
the user select the web site template in MS Publisher (2003) to create the web site.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
==============================================
If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
a Service Pack or security update, please contact
Microsoft Product Support Services:
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If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
==============================================
 
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E. T. Culling

But, let's not encourage this!
Show me an example so I can look at the code. Will it be table-based?
Eleanor
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

If you have MS Publisher 2003, you can see and test this for yourself.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
==============================================
If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
a Service Pack or security update, please contact
Microsoft Product Support Services:
http://support.microsoft.com
If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
==============================================
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

I don't have the need or time to create an example. If you want to see some real world examples,
post a request to the MS Publisher newsgroup.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
==============================================
If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
a Service Pack or security update, please contact
Microsoft Product Support Services:
http://support.microsoft.com
If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
==============================================
 
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=?Windows-1252?Q?Rob_Giordano_\=28Crash_Gordon=AE\

Here's a quickie using Pub 2000. Actually, Pub may be better for newbies than FP...at first at least...

example:

<!doctype html public "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN">
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<meta name="Generator" content="Microsoft Publisher 2000">
<title>Publisher Website Test</title>
</head>
<body bgcolor="#ffffff" link="#6633cc" vlink="#996600" text="#000000" background="back.gif" topmargin=0 leftmargin=0>
<a name=top></a>

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=9 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=87 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=76 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=20 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=24 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=128 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=13 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=3 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=113 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=14 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=64 height=1></td>
<td><img src="_blnk.gif" width=15 height=1></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width=9 height=9></td>
<td width=87></td>
<td width=76></td>
<td width=20></td>
<td width=24></td>
<td width=128></td>
<td width=13></td>
<td width=3></td>
<td width=113></td>
<td width=14></td>
<td width=64></td>
<td width=15></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=73></td>
<td width=557 height=73 colspan=11 rowspan=1 valign=top align=left>
<img width=557 height=73 border=0 src="img0.gif"></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=2></td>
<td colspan=11></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=27></td>
<td></td>
<td width=455 height=27 colspan=9 rowspan=1 valign=top align=left>

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=447></td>
<td width=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=19></td>
<td width=447 height=19 valign=top align=left>

<p align=left><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=2><B>Help Me<br></B></font>
</td>
<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=3></td>
<td colspan=2></td>
</tr>
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</td>
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<tr>
<td height=39></td>
<td colspan=11></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=80></td>
<td width=163 height=80 colspan=2 rowspan=1 valign=top align=left>
<map name="map550">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,40,163,80" href="page2.html">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,41,17,58">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,0,163,40" href="index.html">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,0,17,18">
</map>
<img width=163 height=80 border=0 src="img1.gif" usemap="#map550"></td>
<td></td>
<td width=152 height=101 colspan=2 rowspan=3 valign=top align=left>
<img width=152 height=101 border=0 src="img2.gif"></td>
<td></td>
<td width=116 height=81 colspan=2 rowspan=2 valign=top align=left>

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=108></td>
<td width=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=74></td>
<td width=108 height=74 valign=top align=left>

<p align=left><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=2><I><B>A Gio Com, LLC Company<br></B></I></font>
</td>
<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=3></td>
<td colspan=2></td>
</tr>
</table>



</td>
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<tr>
<td height=1></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
<td></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=20></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
<td colspan=6></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=7></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
<td width=281 height=340 colspan=5 rowspan=3 valign=top align=left>

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=273></td>
<td width=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=332></td>
<td width=273 height=332 valign=top align=left>

<p align=left><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=2>Your home page gives your readers their first impressions of your site's purpose, content, and layout. This is a good place for text that orients readers to your organization and shows them how to navigate around your site.<br><br>The Wizard has automatically set up hyperlinks to the pages you selected. Simply fill the pages with your own content and your site is ready to post to the World Wide Web.<br></font>
</td>
<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=3></td>
<td colspan=2></td>
</tr>
</table>



</td>
<td colspan=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=117></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
<td></td>
<td width=79 height=117 colspan=2 rowspan=1 valign=top align=left>
<img width=79 height=117 border=0 src="img3.gif">

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<tr>
<td height=216></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
<td colspan=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=403></td>
<td colspan=11></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=60></td>
<td width=557 height=60 colspan=11 rowspan=1 valign=top align=left>

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=549></td>
<td width=3></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=52></td>
<td width=549 height=52 valign=top align=left>

<p align=center><center><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=1><a href="index.html">Publisher Website Test</a> | <a href="page2.html">Form</a><br></font>
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<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
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<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=549></td>
<td width=3></td>
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<tr>
<td height=18></td>
<td width=549 height=18 valign=top align=left>

<p align=center><center><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=2><I>To contact us:<br></I></font>
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<td></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td height=3></td>
<td colspan=2></td>
</tr>
</table>



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<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
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<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=549></td>
<td width=3></td>
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<td height=54></td>
<td width=549 height=54 valign=top align=left>

<p align=center><center><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=2>Phone: 1231231234<br><center>Fax: 423544444<br><center>Email: (e-mail address removed)<br></font>
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<td height=75></td>
<td width=557 height=75 colspan=11 rowspan=1 valign=top align=left>

<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
<td width=3 height=3></td>
<td width=549></td>
<td width=3></td>
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<td height=67></td>
<td width=549 height=67 valign=top align=left>

<p align=center><center><font face="Arial" color=#000000 size=2>POB 1234<br><center>Snotsdale AZ<br><center>85267-5716<br></font>
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<td colspan=2></td>
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| I don't have it. Can you provide an example -please?
| Eleanor
| | > If you have MS Publisher 2003, you can see and test this for yourself.
| >
| > --
| > ==============================================
| > Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| > ==============================================
| > If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| > a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| > Microsoft Product Support Services:
| > http://support.microsoft.com
| > If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| > security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| > ==============================================
| >
| > | >> But, let's not encourage this!
| >> Show me an example so I can look at the code. Will it be table-based?
| >> Eleanor
| >> | >>> MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions for
| >>> the Form function as long as the user select the web site template in MS
| >>> Publisher (2003) to create the web site.
| >>>
| >>> --
| >>> ==============================================
| >>> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >>> ==============================================
| >>> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| >>> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| >>> Microsoft Product Support Services:
| >>> http://support.microsoft.com
| >>> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| >>> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| >>> ==============================================
| >>>
| >>> | >>>> I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for
| >>>> desk top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
| >>>> ETC
| >>>> | >>>>>I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded to
| >>>>>my
| >>>>> host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my
| >>>>> hair out
| >>>>> for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
| >>>>> frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it
| >>>>> from
| >>>>> frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
| >>>>> Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
| >>>>> compatable???
| >>>>> any help would be appreciated.
| >>>>
| >>>>
| >>>
| >>>
| >>
| >>
| >
| >
|
|
 
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JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]

I'm afraid I have to agree with Eleanor. Yes, you can make websites with
Publisher but Front Page is the proper tool. I feel the same way when
someone says they are using Word to make invitations or certificates.
 
?

=?Windows-1252?Q?Rob_Giordano_\=28Crash_Gordon=AE\

Yah...but ya know...for really simple/quick/beginner pages Pub ain't bad...just don't expect too much from it.


| I'm afraid I have to agree with Eleanor. Yes, you can make websites with
| Publisher but Front Page is the proper tool. I feel the same way when
| someone says they are using Word to make invitations or certificates.
|
| --
|
| JoAnn Paules
| MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
|
|
|
| | > But, let's not encourage this!
| > Show me an example so I can look at the code. Will it be table-based?
| > Eleanor
| > | >> MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions for
| >> the Form function as long as the user select the web site template in MS
| >> Publisher (2003) to create the web site.
| >>
| >> --
| >> ==============================================
| >> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >> ==============================================
| >> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| >> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| >> Microsoft Product Support Services:
| >> http://support.microsoft.com
| >> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| >> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| >> ==============================================
| >>
| >> | >>> I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for
| >>> desk top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
| >>> ETC
| >>> | >>>>I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded to
| >>>>my
| >>>> host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my hair
| >>>> out
| >>>> for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
| >>>> frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it from
| >>>> frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
| >>>> Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
| >>>> compatable???
| >>>> any help would be appreciated.
| >>>
| >>>
| >>
| >>
| >
| >
|
|
 
J

JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]

Unfortunately the publishing part isn't quite as easy. Or at least doesn't
seem to be. Like I said, I use FP and I don't have to fuss with FTP. I'm
spoiled.

--

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



message Yah...but ya know...for really simple/quick/beginner pages Pub ain't
bad...just don't expect too much from it.


| I'm afraid I have to agree with Eleanor. Yes, you can make websites with
| Publisher but Front Page is the proper tool. I feel the same way when
| someone says they are using Word to make invitations or certificates.
|
| --
|
| JoAnn Paules
| MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
|
|
|
| | > But, let's not encourage this!
| > Show me an example so I can look at the code. Will it be table-based?
| > Eleanor
| > | >> MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions for
| >> the Form function as long as the user select the web site template in
MS
| >> Publisher (2003) to create the web site.
| >>
| >> --
| >> ==============================================
| >> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >> ==============================================
| >> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| >> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| >> Microsoft Product Support Services:
| >> http://support.microsoft.com
| >> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| >> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| >> ==============================================
| >>
| >> | >>> I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for
| >>> desk top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
| >>> ETC
| >>> | >>>>I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded
to
| >>>>my
| >>>> host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my
hair
| >>>> out
| >>>> for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
| >>>> frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it
from
| >>>> frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
| >>>> Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
| >>>> compatable???
| >>>> any help would be appreciated.
| >>>
| >>>
| >>
| >>
| >
| >
|
|
 
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=?Windows-1252?Q?Rob_Giordano_\=28Crash_Gordon=AE\

yes, it seems less than intuitive...but then again...fp can be wonky to understand at first too.


| Unfortunately the publishing part isn't quite as easy. Or at least doesn't
| seem to be. Like I said, I use FP and I don't have to fuss with FTP. I'm
| spoiled.
|
| --
|
| JoAnn Paules
| MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
|
|
|
| message | Yah...but ya know...for really simple/quick/beginner pages Pub ain't
| bad...just don't expect too much from it.
|
|
| | | I'm afraid I have to agree with Eleanor. Yes, you can make websites with
| | Publisher but Front Page is the proper tool. I feel the same way when
| | someone says they are using Word to make invitations or certificates.
| |
| | --
| |
| | JoAnn Paules
| | MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
| |
| |
| |
| | | | > But, let's not encourage this!
| | > Show me an example so I can look at the code. Will it be table-based?
| | > Eleanor
| | > | | >> MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions for
| | >> the Form function as long as the user select the web site template in
| MS
| | >> Publisher (2003) to create the web site.
| | >>
| | >> --
| | >> ==============================================
| | >> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| | >> ==============================================
| | >> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| | >> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| | >> Microsoft Product Support Services:
| | >> http://support.microsoft.com
| | >> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| | >> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| | >> ==============================================
| | >>
| | >> | | >>> I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for
| | >>> desk top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
| | >>> ETC
| | >>> | | >>>>I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded
| to
| | >>>>my
| | >>>> host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my
| hair
| | >>>> out
| | >>>> for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
| | >>>> frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it
| from
| | >>>> frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
| | >>>> Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
| | >>>> compatable???
| | >>>> any help would be appreciated.
| | >>>
| | >>>
| | >>
| | >>
| | >
| | >
| |
| |
|
|
 
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JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]

True - and there's a lot that I don't know how (or what) to do with it.

--

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



message yes, it seems less than intuitive...but then again...fp can be wonky to
understand at first too.


| Unfortunately the publishing part isn't quite as easy. Or at least doesn't
| seem to be. Like I said, I use FP and I don't have to fuss with FTP. I'm
| spoiled.
|
| --
|
| JoAnn Paules
| MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
|
|
|
| message | Yah...but ya know...for really simple/quick/beginner pages Pub ain't
| bad...just don't expect too much from it.
|
|
| | | I'm afraid I have to agree with Eleanor. Yes, you can make websites with
| | Publisher but Front Page is the proper tool. I feel the same way when
| | someone says they are using Word to make invitations or certificates.
| |
| | --
| |
| | JoAnn Paules
| | MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
| |
| |
| |
| | | | > But, let's not encourage this!
| | > Show me an example so I can look at the code. Will it be table-based?
| | > Eleanor
| | > | | >> MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions
for
| | >> the Form function as long as the user select the web site template in
| MS
| | >> Publisher (2003) to create the web site.
| | >>
| | >> --
| | >> ==============================================
| | >> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| | >> ==============================================
| | >> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| | >> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| | >> Microsoft Product Support Services:
| | >> http://support.microsoft.com
| | >> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| | >> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| | >> ==============================================
| | >>
| | >> | | >>> I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for
| | >>> desk top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
| | >>> ETC
| | >>> | | >>>>I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded
| to
| | >>>>my
| | >>>> host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my
| hair
| | >>>> out
| | >>>> for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must
have
| | >>>> frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it
| from
| | >>>> frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this
in
| | >>>> Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
| | >>>> compatable???
| | >>>> any help would be appreciated.
| | >>>
| | >>>
| | >>
| | >>
| | >
| | >
| |
| |
|
|
 
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KatWoman

I have used it but it is far from GOOD. It makes gifs of any large text,
puts the images into weird groupings and renames them. I have a few
documents I use for PRINT and felt the need to post them quickly to the web,
without re-doing them in FP.
They have very slow load times. Publisher is a nice program easy to use and
vastly improved from the older versions. It isn't a good web design program
but it can make pages for viewing html email which is a nice option. Here
are some links to Publisher created pages:

http://shootfashion.tripod.com/Pricelists/PricelistPortrait.htm

http://bellsouthpwp.net/j/h/jhhinkle/Prices/PricelistDigHS.htm
 
E

E. T. Culling

Both examples are just images!! That just isn't the way to build web pages.
A flyer, yes, but not web pages.
Second site mentioned.... an unbelieveable amount of code for just 3 images.
ETC
 
A

Andrew Murray

I just bought Office Pro 2003, and had a look at the Publisher web
templates - some a quite nice as far as the designs go.

However it would be nice though if Publisher was able to generate HTML to an
acceptable standard, rather than generate everything as VML or whatever it
does.
 
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yah, some of the templates are nicer then the fp themes...imo.


| I just bought Office Pro 2003, and had a look at the Publisher web
| templates - some a quite nice as far as the designs go.
|
| However it would be nice though if Publisher was able to generate HTML to an
| acceptable standard, rather than generate everything as VML or whatever it
| does.
|
|
| | > MS Publisher can be use to create a site and use the FP extensions for the
| > Form function as long as the user select the web site template in MS
| > Publisher (2003) to create the web site.
| >
| > --
| > ==============================================
| > Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| > ==============================================
| > If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| > a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| > Microsoft Product Support Services:
| > http://support.microsoft.com
| > If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| > security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| > ==============================================
| >
| > | >> I'm afraid you used the wrong tool to build a site. Publisher is for desk
| >> top publishing, not web site building!Why not FrontPage?
| >> ETC
| >> | >>>I have just completed my first web site built in publisher, uploaded to
| >>>my
| >>> host, all working fine except for my web forms??, after pulling my hair
| >>> out
| >>> for two day's I find out for my web forms to work my server must have
| >>> frontpage 98 or later, which they do, but tell me I must upload it from
| >>> frontpage!!, what does this mean??as there was no mention of this in
| >>> Publisher, how can I overcome this? are publisher and frontpage
| >>> compatable???
| >>> any help would be appreciated.
| >>
| >>
| >
| >
|
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