The insert code should be pasted in the body of a new page, at the point at which you wish
text to first appear. It can be placed within a table cell or div tags if your page layout requires it.
Use a text-editor program such as Wordpad, or the code-editing mode of an HTML-editing program.
Do not drop this code into an editor in WYSIWYG-mode – it must be added directly to the base HTML source code.
Otherwise, the editor may convert < > angle bracket tags into visible characters, rather than
leaving them as control characters; then of course the insert will not work. Note that Frontpage may
attempt to make later changes to a page, and replace double quote marks" with the replacement
coding ", thereby preventing the insert code from working.
Use your normal navigation links and other standard headers/footers on your page.
None of our own navigation bars or footers will appear on your page –
only the main page content. It will be your page!
Extra touches with CSS
If you have not yet started to use the remarkable power of style sheets, now is the time!
Inserted IE Day pages can be enhanced with CSS.