Site Map Formating?


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Chuck Humphrey

I have two questions, a specific one and a general one. I use
FrontPage 2002

1 Specific Question: How can I get the Table of Contents (by
Categories) feature to present the items in a given category to show
in one after the other in a line (separated by a comma or just a
space) instead of the default, which is a single line for each item in
the category?

2. General Question: Can you point me to an online article or note
that goes into detail on the ins and outs of constructing, formating
and updating site maps?
Chuck Humphrey
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

See below

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Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
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FrontPage Resources, Forums, WebCircle,
MS KB Quick Links, etc.
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Chuck Humphrey said:
I have two questions, a specific one and a general one. I use
FrontPage 2002

1 Specific Question: How can I get the Table of Contents (by
Categories) feature to present the items in a given category to show
in one after the other in a line (separated by a comma or just a
space) instead of the default, which is a single line for each item in
the category?

Not possible, unless you do it manually after the TOC is generated by
viewing in your browser and then doing a Save As, then editing the page.
2. General Question: Can you point me to an online article or note
that goes into detail on the ins and outs of constructing, formating
and updating site maps?

A site map is basically a TOC of your site, a listing of all pages (links).
 
C

Chuck Humphrey

OK. I assume that if I go through the "save as" and reformat
procedure, I will then lose the automatic updating feature associated
with TOC commands. Correct?

See below

Chuck Humphrey
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

Correct.

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Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
WEBMASTER Resources(tm)

FrontPage Resources, Forums, WebCircle,
MS KB Quick Links, etc.
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