Microsoft KB Archive/174857
Article ID: 174857
Article Last Modified on 12/1/2000
- Microsoft FrontPage 98 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q174857
A FrontPage theme consists of unified design elements and color schemes for page elements, including bullets, fonts, images, navigation bars, and so forth.
FrontPage ships with over fifty themes. You can customize the appearance of each theme using one of the following three options:
- Vivid Colors. Select this option to apply brighter colors to text and graphics.
Active Graphics. Select this option to animate theme components.
Background Image. Select this option to apply a textured background.
You can apply themes to an entire Web or to individual pages in your Web to give your pages and navigation bars an attractive and consistent appearance. When you apply a theme, FrontPage will copy certain files and graphics to the _themes folder of the current Web on your Web server. The following files are used for themes:
- Themes.css. This file controls the font attributes that are applied in a Theme.
- Color0.css and Color1.css. These files control the color when you select the Vivid Color option.
- Graph0.css and Graph1.css. These files control different graphics when you select the Active Graphics option.
For more information about themes, click the Index tab in FrontPage Help, type the following text:
double-click the selected text, and then double-click either the "To Apply a theme to a FrontPage Web" topic or the "To apply a theme to a page" topic.
For additional information about themes, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
173421 FP98: How to Change Page Formatting When Using Themes
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