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Get FP to recognise site navigation created in DW

Get FP to recognise site navigation created in DW

Get FP to recognise site navigation created in DW

Hello I have created about 8 pages using Dreamweaver.
It has flash buttons (insert/media/flash buttons) components built in Dreamweaver.

I want to use MS FrontPage to now edit the website (8 pages)
how do I get FP to see all the pages as a website so it recognises the site navigation?

Thank you in advance

RE: Get FP to recognise site navigation created in DW

DW will have created media files perhaps flash files or javascript files. Just open the website (I would make a backup first) in FrontPage and though you might not be able to add or remove anything it should function within the web page in the browser as normal. You will probably have to open the site in dw to edit or change anything. Those kind of files on output should be able to be opened in any editor.

hth Tina


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