Everyone loves to add a little flair to their FrontPage Web site, and FrontPage can assist you in the process in a number of areas.
Some of the effects we'll discuss in this chapter help lay out content in a format more attractive to the eye, whereas others do little more than add a little extra animation to the page. We'll examine both of these options in this chapter and point you to more information within this book on similar options.
We'll take a look at collapsible outlines that allow you to present list content in an interactive format, page transitions that provide Microsoft PowerPoint type transitions to your Web pages, and DHTML animation effects and FrontPage Web components that can add extra content to your FrontPage Web site.
The most effective user of such techniques knows how to make FrontPage create the exact effects he is looking for and when to use them for the best possible effect. Everyone wants to impress, but no one wants to overwhelm. We'll examine those issues as well.