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Written by John Sidlowich

Ever since I've been doing SEO work, I've always griped and complained about FrontPage and allrepparttar extraneous code it puts inrepparttar 125538 section ofrepparttar 125539 page, etc.

Then recently, I hadrepparttar 125540 opportunity to visit with a group of advanced search engine optimizers, and I was shocked to fine that many of them use FrontPage and love it.

Front Page?

The first thing I learned is that there are ways to keep outrepparttar 125541 extraneous code. With FrontPage, you can removerepparttar 125542 code, but it keeps coming back, again and again. But, there's a way to get rid of it forever.

How to Get Rid of Extraneous Code and Headers

Dave Barry, Webmaster of SmartCertify Direct [http://www.smartcertify.com], explains how:

FrontPage 97 or 98 users:

Click on Start, then Find, then Files or Foldert. Search your hard drive [generally your C drive] for a file named frontpg.ini. Click onrepparttar 125543 file.

When it opens, look for a line that says, "Version 3.0".

Add this line under Version 3.0:


The next time you use FrontPage, removerepparttar 125544 extraneous code and headers, and they won't come back.

FrontPage 2000, 2002, or XP users:

Look atrepparttar 125545 menu bar atrepparttar 125546 top ofrepparttar 125547 Open Web. Click on Tools, then Page Options.

You'll see an option box. Under HTML Source, atrepparttar 125548 top of hte page under General, you'll have this choice:

When saving file(s):

Preserve existing HTML or Reformat usingrepparttar 125549 rules below

If you choose Preserve existing HTML, and if you delete any extraneous code and headers, you won't seerepparttar 125550 code or headers on your pages again.

(To view an example screen shot showingrepparttar 125551 above, click here: http://www.academywebspecialists.com/newsletters/fp2.gif)

Dave added:

To disablerepparttar 125552 HTML changing of FrontPage 2000, a registry entry is also needed. This registry file (http://www.academywebspecialists.com/newsletters/noreformat.zip) will do it automatically. Just openrepparttar 125553 file with Notepad to verify its authenticity before using it.

The attachment and registry entry must occur onrepparttar 125554 server.

Or, if you want to editrepparttar 125555 registry manually, here isrepparttar 125556 code:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftShared ToolsWeb Server ExtensionsAll Ports] "ReformatHtml"="0"

Add-In that Generaters META Tags

FrontPage also has an Add-in that will delete META tags without going intorepparttar 125557 source view. It's called META Tag Maker 2002, and it will create and manage META tags through one dialogue box, without having to go into source view.

http://www.microsoft.com/frontpage/downloads/addin/ searchdetail.asp?aid=80

In fact,repparttar 125558 FrontPage site has an amazing number of Add-ins for FrontPage that are free forrepparttar 125559 taking.


Some of hte more popular Add-ins include:

Multimedia/Special FX, Windows Media Add-in, that will easily embed audio and visual into your Web pages;

Would You Like to Know What Your Animal Companion is Thinking and Feeling? Now You Can!

Written by Susan Dunn, The EQ Coach

Has this happened to you? You know your dog or cat is trying to tell you something, but you can’t figure out what they want. Now you can know what your animal companion is thinking and feeling withrepparttar help of an Animal Communicator.


Animals communicate with us, butrepparttar 125537 means are nonverbal. They don't use words. They growl, bark, chirp, stretch, paw and do other things which have meaning. When you think about it, we humans communicate with one another allrepparttar 125538 time by intuitive and nonverbal means. We sense how someone else is feeling or ‘know’ when a friend is sick, or think of someone only to haverepparttar 125539 phone ring and it’s them. Using our intuition in an intentional way with our animal companions opens doors for nonverbal communication to happen.


Animal Communicators are able to open up this channel for us to understand one another better. But can everyone learn it? Yes, say Animal Communicators.

"Animal communication is a heart-to-heart connection that everyone can experience," says Jacquelin Smith, an Animal Communicator with over 20 years experience ( http://www.jacquelinsmith.com ). She has communicated nationally and internationally with thousands of individuals about their animal companions. "You just need to open, love and listen torepparttar 125540 animals," she says. "Interspecies communication is a natural connection many of us have forgotten. It has nothing to do with being ‘psychic’. Animals desire to be heard. They are even more joyful when they know we want this deeper connection with them."


For example, Jacquelin tells this story: "I was combing my hair and hadrepparttar 125541 image of a dish of cottage cheese appear in my mind. I dismissed it, butrepparttar 125542 image appeared again. I glanced intorepparttar 125543 hallway and saw my cat companion, Chloe, sitting there looking my way. Then I realized she had sent merepparttar 125544 picture of cottage cheese. I had given her cottage cheese forrepparttar 125545 first time several days before this, andrepparttar 125546 picture she sent me was her telling me she wanted more."


"They’re always communicating with us," says Jacquelin. "You just have to explore this intuitive connection and I can show people how." Like any other skill we desire to develop in life, she says, it takes time and practice to become fluent in animal communication.

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