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Page Properties

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Microsoft FrontPage provides you with an easy way to change settings regarding each individual page, without needing to edit the code directly.

Page Properties

1.  To get to the Page Properties window, right-click the page, and select Page Properties... from the menu that appears.

Figure 1.1

2.  (Refer to Figure 1.1)  Enter a title for the page in the Title text box.

3.  The next major settings that can be changed are the color of the hyperlinks.  Click the Background tab.  From the three color drop-down boxes, select the color you want the hyperlinks to be.  On the background tab, you can also select background colors or images and even hyperlink rollover effects.

Tip: The settings you set in this window are only applied to the current page, not the entire web.

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