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help with Netscape4 Composer
features not aparrent
Colin




msg:935445
 5:54 am on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

Though something of a novice, I have very successfully used Netscape4 Composer only to create my website snip I would welcome advice from others experienced with this application. I wish to learn how to add things like secure order forms, hit meters and to modify and generate meta tags within this application, if possible.

[edited by: brotherhood_of_LAN at 1:43 pm (utc) on Oct. 30, 2002]
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jdMorgan




msg:935446
 6:47 am on Oct 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

Colin,

Welcome to WebmasterWorld!

Please read the WebmasterWorld Terms of service (bottom of your screen). We don't post our own URLs here, or those of our competitors. Also, paynt's Welcome post [webmasterworld.com] is a great introduction to the forums.

A search for "Netscape Composer Manual" on Google and on the Netscape Developer site turned up many user's manuals and tutorials for Netscape Composer - you may wish to browse through them and pick a few to read in-depth. You can also use the Help->Reference Library feature built into Composer to access Netscape's Communicator Reference Library [help.netscape.com].

Meta tags can be created under Format->Page Colors and Properties->Meta Tags.

A search on "hit counters" will turn up a lot of info as well. You may wish to investigate the technical assistance section of your web host's site to see if they offer a "built-in" hit counter. Even if you don't use theirs, they will likely provide installation instructions.

Hope this helps!
Jim

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