2 Replies Latest reply on May 10, 2006 4:40 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Front Page 2003 sites

    therealstratman
      I progressed from Seri 9 to FP 2003 earlier this year, but I now want to develop more HTML skills etc, plus my ISP's Linix server won't accept FP generated forms, so I have moved to DW8.

      Question is, can I easily convert existing FP2003 pages into DW8 ones?
        • 1. Re: Front Page 2003 sites
          andy_forbes
          Yes I would have thought, at the end of the day FP only creates the HTML for you, and HTML is HTML so it will be openable in DW, although I wouldn't have thought the code from FP would be too great.
          Andy
          • 2. Re: Front Page 2003 sites
            Level 7
            Most of the page code will be easily converted. What you have to watch for
            are items such as Themes, borders and navigation elements that utilise
            Frontpage extensions will need to be recreated. Also you will have to have a
            script to handle your form.

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            Paul Whitham
            Certified Dreamweaver MX2004 Professional
            Adobe Community Expert - Dreamweaver

            Valleybiz Internet Design
            www.valleybiz.net

            "therealstratman" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
            news:e3s3rh$ikn$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            >I progressed from Seri 9 to FP 2003 earlier this year, but I now want to
            > develop more HTML skills etc, plus my ISP's Linix server won't accept FP
            > generated forms, so I have moved to DW8.
            >
            > Question is, can I easily convert existing FP2003 pages into DW8 ones?
            >