Make a Site with Distributer 2000.


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Make a Web Site with Publisher 2000 for Marilyn Seguin\'s Class

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First – A word about Pictures for a website page should be: sufficiently small document size to stack rapidly. Relies on upon number of pictures on a solitary website page Generally, record size ought to be under 50 to75 kb/picture. JPEG position for Photographs or GIF design for restricted shading pictures, "gif" pictures with straightforward foundations or "gif" activitys. Ordinarily "examined" pictures ought to be checked at ~75 d.p.i. determination. Genuine picture size = Screen picture size Digital cameras ought to utilize lower determination settings.

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Publisher 2000 versus Distributer XP Open Publisher, take after directions, settle on style decisions from configuration formats. There are a few contrasts however between the way Publisher 2000 and the way Publisher 2002 (XP) work. On the off chance that you\'re utilizing Publisher 2000: Web Wizard will help you make various pages before you begin. You can alter every page: supplanting, erasing or including content and pictures. In the event that you\'re utilizing Publisher 2002 (or Publisher XP): Only makes "landing page" from start-up. You need to embed every single new page. On the off chance that you utilize one of the IS labs, the library PCs or the Student Multimedia Studio, then you will utilize Publisher XP.

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Publisher 2000 - Start up Open Publisher 2000 Select Publication by Wizard tab Select Web Sites wizard Select a Web Site layout symbol Click on Start Wizard

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Publisher 2000 – Wizard decisions Click Next in Web Site Wizard window Choose from wizard then snap next after every determination Color Scheme, Additional Pages, Forms, Navigation Bar, Sound, Texture and Personal Information – click Finish SAVE YOUR WORK 1 st use SAVE AS (will spare as a distributer document so you can revive it and roll out improvements later. At that point, use SAVE AS WEB PAGE (spares as website pages – not "effortlessly" altered in distributer) ALWAYS spare both ways. Save after you roll out any improvements both ways, as well!

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Personalizing "Wizard" Pages Change Page Titles - Menu bar content changes consequently Replace Text/Pictures with your own Right snap picture Choose Change Picture (Retains size and area of the first picture) Insert New Pictures or Text Insert > Picture > From File (must resize to fit) Use Text Frame Tool on Toolbar to embed new content piece.

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Adding More Pages Insert > Page Select kind of page Check the ADD HYPERLINK TO WEB NAVIGATION BAR This will make a page utilizing the sort of page you\'ve picked with every one of the hyperlinks to the pages on your website. More Options Blank Pages One Text Frame Duplicate All Objects Enter number of pages you need to embed Choose Before or After Current Page Check the ADD HYPERLINK TO WEB NAVIGATION BAR Edit New Pages as depicted on "Customizing Wizard Pages"

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Publisher 2000 – Hyperlinks Image Hyperlinks Right Click on Image then pick Hyperlink Select from "Make Hyperlink To" choices Text Hyperlinks Highlight Text to be Hyperlinked Right tap on chose content or utilize Hyperlink symbol Select from "Make Hyperlink To" choices

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… utilizing Publisher 2000 … utilizing Publisher XP Save as Web Page How distinctive Publisher Versions spare your Web Pages The "landing page" is spared in the envelope you select and another organizer is made to hold all pictures and included website pages. Must name the "landing page" physically as "index.htm". All Web Pages AND Images go into one normal organizer. Consequently names the "landing page", index.htm

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Viewing your Web Site You can utilize Web Page Preview whenever amid the development of your site to perceive how it will look in a web program like IE or Netscape. You can likewise open the index.html document (this is your landing page) specifically from the organizer where you spared the page. It will naturally open it in the default program for the PC you\'re utilizing. For this class… this is all you need to do. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you need, you can transfer your site to Kent\'s Personal Server, proceed on… .

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Uploading to Server Can utilize WS_FTP LE or Secure Shell for Windows (SSH Can download both of these projects free from: http://helpdesk.kent.edu/programming/winme/wmetelnet.shtm (I suggest WS_FTP LE) There\'s an instructional exercise on the best way to utilize WS_FTP LE at http://act.kent.edu … instructional exercises join MUST know client name and flashline watchword to sign into server If spared as a Publisher 2000 site page (webpage), you MUST exchange all website pages and pictures from regular envelope (where you spared the page) into public_html organizer on the server If spared as a Publisher XP site page (webpage), You SHOULD have named the page when you spared it as a distributer record as index.html. At that point, when you "save as a page", your landing page will be given the filename, index.html. An envelope will be made naturally called, index_files. You MUST exchange both the index.html record and the index_files envelope into the public_html organizer on the server. On the off chance that you roll out improvements later: You MUST exchange all pages and any new pictures in the normal envelope (utilizing Publisher 2000) or the index.html document and the index_html organizer (if utilizing Publisher XP) to the server every time you roll out an improvement to any of your pages.

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