Changing the Default Editor in IE 4
The default editor can be changed in IE4 in the file types area by taking the following
- Go to view folder properties file types tab.
- Find Internet Document (HTML) and choose edit.
- Select the "Edit" action.
- Modify the path in the area "Application used to perform action."
What Can You Do in FrontPage Express?
Here are some of the key features of FrontPage Express:
|Create pages You can create new HTML pages based
on built-in wizards and templates. FrontPage Express offers many choices of page formats,
or you can create your own templates.
|Open HTML files You can open any HTML file in
FrontPage Express. All the HTML tags on the page are preserved.
|Type and edit text You can insert text in all HTML
styles, create multilevel lists, change text size and color, and apply formatting such as
centering a heading or italicizing text.
|Create and test hyperlinks Using a point-and-click
interface, you can create hyperlinks to pages and files open in FrontPage Express or to
pages and files on the web.
|Create and edit forms You can create forms
containing text fields, check boxes, radio buttons, drop-down lists, and push buttons. To
process a form, you can assign a built-in FrontPage WebBot component or add your own CGI
|Create and edit tables You can create a table, add
captions, create header cells, and merge and split cells. FrontPage Express displays the
table in the way it will appear on the web.
|Use WebBot components You can add powerful
functionality to your page by inserting WebBot components. They add features such as
full-text searches and date & time stamping.
|Add advanced features You can insert Microsoft
ActiveX® Controls, plug-ins, and Java applets in FrontPage Express. You can launch a
Basic® Scripting Edition scripts.
What You Can Not Do in FrontPage Express
Here are some of the key things that you cannot do in FrontPage Express:
|Paste or Drag & Drop Content From Office 97
Files While you can do this in FrontPage 97, you cannot do this in FrontPage Express. The
text does come in, but with a lot of code as well.
|Insert Office 97 Files While you can do this in
FrontPage 97, you cannot do this in FrontPage Express. The text does come in, but with a
lot of code as well.
|Preview in Browser FrontPage 97 has a Preview in
Browser feature but FrontPage Express does not.
|Other Features FrontPage Express also has no
support for style sheets, Dynamic HTML, and push channels.
|Frames FrontPage Express has no support for