How to Build a Standard Web Site with Frontier
All right - you're using Frontier! You have completed the Frontier Web Tutorial by Matt Neuburg, and you have a little familiarity with how Frontier builds web sites. But now, you're ready for more.
This tutorial is for beginning Frontier users who want a step-by-step example of how to develop a web site with a navigation menu. Each aspect of developing the web site will be covered. An example web site will be provided as part of this tutorial. This example site can be used as the basis for your new site.
Let's get started!
Author: Andy Sylvester
First Published: Mon, June 1, 1998 at 10:00:00 PM
Last Revision: Sun, June 21, 1998 at 8:00:00 PM
Level of Difficulty: Easy
You can also download a copy of this tutorial for Macintosh (.sit.hqx file) or Windows (.zip file) for off-line reading.
Go to the Description of A Standard Web Site.
Page 1: Description of A Standard Web Site
Page 2: Organize Your Material
Page 3: Create Site Table
Page 4: Glossary Table Work
Page 5: nextPrev Table Work
Page 6: ftpSite Table Work
Page 7: Template Work
Page 8: Tools Table Work
Page 9: Build and Release!
Page 10: Wrap Up
This tutorial was written by Andy Sylvester in Sherman, Texas, USA.
Page last revised 6/21/98; 8:19:56 PM.
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8:22:47 PM Sunday, June 21, 1998