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You can easily insert special characters those that don t appear on your keyboard using the Symbol dialog box, shown in Figure 8-6.
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Part 3: Editing Basic Page Content
Adding and Formatting Text
Figure 8-6. To insert characters not on the keyboard, choose Symbol from the Insert menu.
To insert a special character:
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Set the insertion point where you want to insert the symbol. Choose Symbol from the Insert menu. Double-click the desired character, or select the desired character and click Insert. Close the dialog box.
HTML provides three ways of coding special characters: single-byte characters, name codes, and number codes. Each of the following forms, for example, will display a U.S. cent sign: , ¢ ¢.
7 For most symbols that have a number code between 32 and 255, FrontPage inserts a
normal character.
7 For symbols between 32 and 255 that have special significance to HTML, FrontPage
inserts a name code. When you insert a less than sign, for example, FrontPage actually adds < to the HTML.
7 For symbols that have a number code of 256 or higher, FrontPage inserts a number
code. When you insert a c/o symbol, for example, FrontPage adds ℅ to your HTML. The decimal value 8453 equals the hexadecimal value 2105 that appears in the Character Code box shown in Figure 8-6. Don t be surprised if you find that a certain browser doesn t display characters with codes of 128 or higher the way you expect. Not all browsers support all name codes, not all browsers support all number codes, and not all versions of the same font contain all the same special characters. If you encounter problems displaying a certain character, try this:
1 Select the problem symbol in Design view. 2 Switch to Code view. You should find that the problem character is still selected. 3 Change the problem symbol s notation. If the character is , for example, try changing
it to ¢ or ¢. 211
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4 Save the page and then, on the File menu, choose Preview In Browser and then
Preview In Multiple Browsers.
5 Check how the problem symbol appears in each browser.
For a cross-reference listing of common HTML characters, name codes, and number codes, browse hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/reference/special_characters/.
Inserting FrontPage Comments
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FrontPage comments display text in Design view but display nothing to Web visitors. As Figure 8-7 shows, comments typically contain notes (preferably the scrutable kind) about the page for yourself or others on your team.
Figure 8-7. Comments you insert here won t be visible to viewers of your Web site.
To add comments to a Web page:
1 Set the insertion point where you want the comment to appear. 2 Choose Comment from the Insert menu. 3 Enter your comments in the Comment dialog box, and click OK.
In Design view, FrontPage comments appear as purple text. To modify a comment, either double-click it or right-click it and select Comment Properties from the shortcut menu. To delete a comment, click it, and then press Delete. HTML itself and programming languages like JavaScript and Microsoft Visual Basic each have their own syntax for entering comments. None of these appear in Design view, but you can easily view them in Code view and, if you re willing to do the typing, enter them as well. By default, when the Web server sends visitors the HTML for your Web page, it also sends visitors your FrontPage comments, your HTML comments, and any comments you put in program code that runs on the browser. These comments won t be visible in the normal browser display, but they will consume bandwidth and they will be visible if the visitor uses the browser s View Source command.
Part 3: Editing Basic Page Content
Adding and Formatting Text Warning From a security standpoint, sending internal comments about your Web Site to visitors is a very bad idea. The more malicious visitors can learn about your site, the more problems you ll likely experience. Fortunately, FrontPage can automatically remove comments from the published versions of your Web pages. To activate this feature:
Click the Remote Web Site tab that appears below the main editing window. If necessary, on the Remote Web Site toolbar, click the Remote Web Site Properties button to specify where your published Web site should reside.
5 Click the Optimize Published HTML button on the Remote Web Site toolbar. 6 When the Remote Web Site Properties dialog box shown in Figure 8-8 appears, make
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