One of the most important features of the World Wide Web is the many ways you can use images. Authors use images on their pages to provide information or decoration, to communicate their personal style or that of their organization, to display graphic artwork or pictures of products.
In FrontPage Express, you can easily import images and insert them on pages, align them with text, create and edit image maps, and use images in page design.
In FrontPage Express, you create hyperlinks from image maps using a similar method to the one described for text hyperlinks in "Creating Hyperlinks and Bookmarks."
Importing and Saving Images
When you insert an image on a page in FrontPage Express, you are not actually placing the image directly on the page. You are creating a hyperlink from the page to the image, and both the image and the page must be in the same site. This ensures that when you publish your pages and a user visits the page, the Web browser follows the hyperlink to the image and retrieves it for display.
When you insert an image from your file system, FrontPage Express prompts you to save the image to the current web site when you save the page. When you open a page from the World Wide Web or from your file system and save, FrontPage Express brings up the Web Publishing Wizard with options to save, through FTP or HTTP Post, and prompts you to save any images that are not already saved.
Insert images on a page in FrontPage Express, using the Images command on the Insert menu. You can insert an image from your file system, the World Wide Web, or a clip art collection.
Images on pages must either be in Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) or in Joint Photographic Expert Group format (JPEG). GIF is a method for encoding compressed pictures that contain up to 8 bits of color, and JPEG is commonly used on the World Wide Web for 24-bit color images. When you insert an image that is not in the GIF or JPEG format, it is automatically converted to the GIF format (for images with 8 bits or less of color) or the JPEG format (for images with more than 8 bits of color).
You can insert an image from your file system or from the World Wide Web using the Other Location tab of the Image dialog box. To browse your file system, click Browse in this tab. When you insert an image from the World Wide Web, it is inserted from its current location on the World Wide Web. You are not prompted to import images inserted from the World Wide Web.
To insert clip art, select the Clip Art tab of the Image dialog box. Clip art is stored in a directory on your computer that is shared with other Microsoft Office applications. To browse this directory, choose the category (such as Lines or Bullets) from the drop-down list, then click the image from the Contents window.
How do I create a wallpaper effect on a page? A common effect in Web pages is to tile the background of a page with an image, giving the background the appearance of wallpaper. To do this in FrontPage Express, select Background, on the Format menu. Click Specify Background and Colors, click Background Image, then click Browse. Select the background image from any tab of the Select Background Image dialog box and click OK, then click OK to close the Page Properties dialog box.
Viewing and Setting Image Properties
Images have properties that you can set in FrontPage Express. These properties specify the images type, give information to browsers about how to display the image, control how the image aligns with text, and set the images default hyperlink.
To set an images properties in FrontPage Express, select the image and choose Image Properties on the Edit menu. Some important image properties are:
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