|Microsoft Office FrontPage® 2003
Microsoft FrontPage 2002
Whether your Web site is geared toward sales associates, retailers, or your extended family, having on-the-spot, always changing content keeps your visitors interested and your site fresh.
FrontPage gives you the power to display the most current MSNBC headlines on your Web page—all you need to do is choose the type of headline you want to add, follow the instructions for adding the component to your Web page, and the headline on your site will continually update just as it does on the MSNBC Web site.
First, decide what kind of headlines you want to add to your Web page:
- Living and travel
There's no limit, so if you want them all, follow the instructions for each one you want to add.
- In Page view, position the insertion point where you want to add an MSNBC headline.
- On the Insert menu, click Web Component.
- In the left pane, click MSNBC Components, and in the right pane, double-click the type of MSNBC headline you want to add to your Web page.
Microsoft FrontPage adds the headline component to your Web page.
Note To test the MSNBC headline component the File menu, click Preview in Browser. You must also be connected to the Internet.