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  1. #1
    Muneer
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    I want to create a web page for a school project without paying for the program and only use it only once
    Thankyou

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    Since Microsoft used to include a version of frontpage with each IE download, you can find Frontpage 3.0 somewhere on the net with an older IE release.
    Otherwise their Frontpage 2000/2002/XP is retail software, and offering it for download is illegal.
    If you want to use a html editor for one time, and do not want to pay, check out the FREEWARE; which means you dont pay anything, in this previous thread.
    http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?a...&st=0#entry7269

  3. #3
    RsC
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    Ok well as my Title says, I need a download link to Microsoft Frontpage, cause I just created a new website! Please can anyone give me one?? h34r: Im a coon

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    Please search before posting, as this has been request & answered already, your request was merged into an existing thread (this thread) where you can find an answer.

  5. #5

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    Frontpage Express is the html editor that came with the original version of Windows 98 (not SE). It's available free at various download and educational websites. Here's one source:
    http://sssd.k12.ar.us/FPinstall.exe
    It's fairly easy to use, but very basic and a bit dated, so don't expect too much. It has a nasty habit of changing any advanced html that it doesn't recognise.

    Frontpage is a more advanced html editor. It's not freeware. Buy it from a software vendor or directly from Microsoft.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    If you're just going to create a basic web page without scripts and any fancy stuff. Check the capabilities of your word processor.
    For instance in Ms Word 97 you can:
    Click "File"
    Scroll down to "Save As"
    In the box labeled "Save as type:" scroll down and select "html document"
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    Alex, Igor
    Frontpage Express may be a worthy addition to the Oldversion inventory. It wasn't as easy to find as it was a year ago. It may not be available from the usual sources for much longer.

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    Beaus's Dad
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    If you want a proffesional quality page editor that's free, and not even ad supported I can't recommend the AceHTML 5 highly enough. It's a fairly large program, about 5mb, and pretty slow, but you can edit dozens of pages in a single session, do batch replace and many advanced features.

    But if you just want to work on a few pages and know or want to learn HTML your Notepad will do just fine. Notepad is my default editor for pages and it can be used for .js and .css as well.

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    Release Candiate 1
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    Nvu

    (pronounced N-view, for a "new view")

    Webdesign Software as a free alternative to FrontPage:

    makes managing a web site a snap. Now anyone can create web pages and manage a website with no technical expertise or knowledge of HTML.

    A complete Web Authoring System for Linux Desktop users as well as Microsoft Windows and Macintosh users to rival programs like FrontPage and Dreamweaver.

    http://www.nvu.com/

    http://www.nvu.com/download.html

    NVu tutorial - a tutorial extension for NVu beginners

    HTMLHeader - an extension for editing the header of your HTML files

    Launchy - Preview your HTML files in a browser of your choice

    Javascript Debugger - a powerful extension for developers using javascipt

    about:config - advanced configuration for the advanced user

    Smoke Theme - Stylish new theme for Nvu.
    Ref:
    BootLIST 212
    Date: 2/24/2005

  8. #8
    Duh
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    I know a great HTML editor, the best one of all:


    NOTEPAD!
    Isn't that obvious

  9. #9
    jake
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    Originally posted by Muneer@Mar 9 2004, 07:09 PM
    I want to create a web page for a school project without paying for the program and only use it only once
    Thankyou
    http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/...info/trial.mspx

  10. #10
    Solidfire
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    dude, use notepad, great for begginer html. or use html-kit. search it on google.


 

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