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Your Name Here:

In this template we show a "Your Name Here" and a "Company Slogan" image. Each of these images is on its own include page located within the include folder of the template. We also give you these same images without our sample text. You can add your own text using your favorite imaging program. Save your modified images back into the web's images folder. Now open the appropriate include page and replace our sample image with your own. Save the page and your changes will appear on each page.

Care of vintage wrist watches

Please remember that vintage watches have survived for many years by being treated well. Vintage watches are not for wearing while doing yard work, working out, or swimming. They are a little more destructible than modern watches. Vintage watches also require periodic service and cleaning.  By taking care of your vintage watch, you will have years of great service, and a quality heirloom to pass to another generation.

 

Style Sheets and Classes:

Each table cell within this template uses a CSS class to format the information contained within it. You can find which class was used by right-clicking in a table cell and selecting Cell Properties. In the window that appears, click on the Style Button. Under "Class" you will see the name of the name of the class we used. In FrontPage 2003, you can easily see which classes and/or IDs are applied to specific areas if you look at the "Quick Tag Selector" bar.

Adding/Deleting Columns:

We suggest that you do not directly add or remove columns to this layout, as you may accidentally "freeze" the page so that it no longer resizes. Instead, delete the page template content then place your cursor in the main content area.  Go to Table / Select Table, You can then delete the main table and insert your own containing the number of rows and/or columns you need.

Adding New Pages:

1. Copy an existing Page: This is useful if you have inserted a logo graphic and made other layout changes that you want to apply to all the new pages that you are creating. Open a page that has the layout the way you want it, then go to File/Save As. Save the page under a new name and save the page title as well. Then go to Navigation View and drag your new page into the navigation structure. We have created newpage1.htm for this purpose.

2. Create a new page template: Open newpage.htm and then click File/Save As.  From the dropdown choose FrontPage Template (.tem). This will add a new page template to your available templates.

Changing Page Names:

The page names which appear on the page banner can be changed from within the Navigation view. Just right-click on the page and select Rename. Type in the name you wish to appear on the page banner.

Editing Your Pages:

To edit each page, simply delete our text and replace it with your own. Work carefully so that you do not drag or move any edges of table cells. If you accidentally move a "dotted line", click on the "Undo" icon and begin again. We recommend that you test your changes frequently by going to File > Preview in Browser.

Create Thumbnails:

You can set the properties of thumbnails which will apply to thumbnails that you will create using Auto Thumbnail, not to thumbnails you have already created. On the Tools menu, click Page Options, and then click the Auto Thumbnail tab. Do one or more of the following:

  • In the Set list, click the option you want to use for specifying a size, then in the Pixels box, enter the value in pixels.
  • Select Border thickness to specify a border, and then in the Pixels box, enter the value in pixels.
  • Click the Beveled edge check box if you want the graphic to be beveled.