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Posted on 2000-03-17
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I've got the making of the rollovers down and I can preview them in my browzer. How do I inc. them into FP? When I copy and paste the HTML into FP every < symbol gets changed to a &lt; I can change this manually but is there a better way? Thanks.
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Question by:PaulRisko
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by:weed
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Is this an Image Ready question? Cant you use the "Find and Replace" to change all occurrences of &lt to < to chane them all at once instead of one by one?
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This is happening because you are copying it from a webpage that isn't using plain text to display the < and > characters. The easiest way to fix this is to first paste it into notepad and then reselect it and copy it, and then paste it into Frontpage. You have to copy and paste it twice, but at least you don't have to edit out the &gt; and &lt; characters.
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by:coopa
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The correct method:
*select normal mode
*click where you'd like the code to be inserted.
*From the menu: Edit/paste special/treat as HTML.
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rtanton changed the proposed answer to a comment
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by:PaulRisko
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Out of everyone whom aswered rtanton's worked the fastest. I don't understand Coopa's answer. Where do you choose edit/paste/treat as html?

Thanks to all.
Paul
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