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How do I style all my HTML pages the same

By mark_its ·
I have over 100 HTML pages in different folders under 1 main folder. They have similar but not the same style format. I would like all of them to have the same style. Can I do this in Frontpage 2002?

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I don't do HTML any more

by NickNielsen In reply to How do I style all my HTM ...

but it seems to me that style sheets would be the way to go. Simply create a style sheet for your standard page style and modify your pages as required.

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time to change

by pivert In reply to How do I style all my HTM ...

if you have over 100 html-pages, have a look at your content: put as much as you can in a database and style it with a css. it's even worth learning php/mysql, there are plenty sites around to help you getting started. and it'll save you heaps in maintenance.

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I agree

by BOUND4DOOM In reply to time to change

I agree, you do not need to learn PHP, Clasic asp or asp.net would be just as good. The biggest advantage though would be learning CSS and styling through style sheets.

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I also agree it's time to go beyond HTML

by ronack01 In reply to time to change

I also agree it's time to look at Cold Fusion, ASP or PHP. With any of those you can find template programs where you design the look and feel of the main template then every page has the same look and feel. I use PHP and a CMS template for all my sites even if it's not CMS.

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