Use graphics to create visual pages. FrontPage makes it easy to add images to your Web pages.
Time Required: 1 minute
- Place your cursor where you want the image.
- In FrontPage 2000 and 2002, click on the "Insert Picture from File" icon.
- In FrontPage 98, click on the "Insert" menu and choose "Image".
- Find the file you want inserted and double click on it.
- Right-click on the image and click on "Picture Properties" and change to the General tab.
- Add descriptive alt text in the "Alternative representations" Text box.
- You can insert GIF, JPG, or PNG files onto Web pages.
- If you want the image to be a different size, you should resize it using Photoshop or another graphics editor.
- Try to keep your graphics under 12K in size. Too large graphics will take a long time to download and will drive people from your site.
- Animated graphics are nice, but they can get really annoying. Also, many ads use animations, so your animations may look like advertisements.
What You Need
- Microsoft FrontPage