Lisa Wollin

Update

It's been a long time since I posted. There are many reasons for this, but mostly, I'm not working...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 01/24/2006

Online JavaScript Calculator

There are many online calculators. You've probably seen, and perhaps used, several. Some calculate...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/12/2005

Blog Comments

I usually always try to respond to comments to my blog, but lately, we've had some disconnects with...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/19/2005

Working with Access databases that live outside of a Web site

We had a customer recently, who needed to access an Access database from both a classic ASP page and...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/19/2005

JavaScript 101: Working with Events

It has been awhile since my last JavaScript 101 post. I apologize. I have a very lame excuse: I've...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/13/2005

New FrontPage Developer Portal ... Sort Of

During the past several months (about eighteen, to be exact!), we've been working to redesign the...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 06/24/2005

Password Protecting Web Pages

John Jansen, one of the FrontPage testers, sent me these three different ways to password protect...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 06/24/2005

JavaScript 101: Writing Your First Script

You can arm yourself with all the background information that you want, but the easiest way to learn...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 05/23/2005

IE User Agent

I apologize for not posting much lately. I have the next installment of JavaScript 101 almost ready...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 05/04/2005

JavaScript 101: The JavaScript Object Model

If you talk to several different Web developers, each will probably see the JavaScript object model...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 04/06/2005

JavaScript 101: JavaScript and OOP

As I mentioned in the previous post, JavaScript 101: An Introduction, JavaScript is an Object...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 03/23/2005

JavaScript 101: An Introduction

Many visitors to the MSDN FrontPage developer portal are unfamiliar with programming, so I decided...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 03/16/2005

Tools for Designing Graphics for Web Sites

In my various lives, I've worn a lot of hats, from teaching to marketing and desktop publishing...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/15/2005

Creating a CSS File for your Web site

Dave Berry wrote an excellent article about Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) on MSDN (Using Cascading...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/01/2005

Customizing IntelliSense

If you've worked with Code view in FrontPage 2003, you've undoubtedly come to appreciate...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 01/14/2005

Favorites

Gandalfe requested that I provide a list of my favorite blogs for the new year. The new year is...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 01/11/2005

Modifying the FrontPage Date/Time Web Component

If you've ever inserted a date or time using Date and Time on the Insert menu in FrontPage, you may...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 12/17/2004

Creating a JavaScript Drop-Down Menu in FrontPage

We posted a new article on MSDN about creating JavaScript drop-down menus. If you read my earlier...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 12/16/2004

Choosing Colors for your Web Site

Whether you're creating your first Web site or you're a seasoned Web designer/developer, choosing...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 12/14/2004

Creating Image Mouseovers

After I learned JavaScript, the first thing I did was create an image mouseover. The one I created...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 12/10/2004

Creating a scrolling marquee

In FrontPage, you can create a scrolling marquee by clicking Insert and Web Component. (You can find...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 12/02/2004

Creating an RSS Feed

I've had several people ask me lately and have seen questions on Office Online about how to create...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 11/19/2004

Display a different image inside a data view web part based on data in the XML

If you use lists in Web sites based on Windows SharePoint Services, this tip is for you. John...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 11/11/2004

Hiding the Image Toolbar in IE

If you've spent any time browsing the Internet with Internet Explorer, you've seen the little...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 11/09/2004

Creating Mouseover Effects

I know, it's been awhile since I've posted a tip. A couple weeks ago I was in SQL Server training,...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 10/27/2004

FrontPage for Mac

I've seen several people asking for a version of FrontPage for Mac, so I wanted to start this week...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 10/18/2004

Creating a Drop-down Menu

We had an article on MSDN for creating a drop-down menu, but after repeated attempts, I, like many...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 10/05/2004

Testing pages in different browsers

If you've worked around Web sites for any length of time, you've no doubt been told repeatedly to...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 10/04/2004

Adding Videos to a Web Page

Today, someone asked me about how to add a video clip to a Web and show the controls. This is...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/30/2004

New Article: Working with HTML Using the FrontPage 2003 Object Model

Yesterday we posted on MSDN a new article called, Working with HTML Using the FrontPage 2003 Object...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/29/2004

Web Design Continued . . .

A couple weeks ago I posted a short and sweet post about not copying the poor web design that other...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/23/2004

Using script to close a window, etc....

In a previous post, I provided JavaScript to open a page in a new window. It may sound funny, but...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/17/2004

Web Design: The Good, the Bad, and the Downright Ugly

My last two posts have elicited some strong reactions from some (hey, distressed, what the heck are...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/10/2004

Adding Sound to Web Pages

Have you ever opened a Web page that plays music? Personally, I find these incredibly annoying and...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/08/2004

Changing the appearance of the browser scrollbar

I wanted to call this tip "Why I love Internet Explorer" because you can only do this in Internet...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/03/2004

Getting Started Extending FrontPage 2003

FrontPage 2003 included several different ways to extend the FrontPage application, so if you're...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/30/2004

You've seen them. All the big Web sites have them. Now you want one, too. Perhaps you have localized...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/19/2004

XML Data Islands in Web Pages

I get an e-zine called asp.netNOW from aspnetPRO.com. Today, there was an article about using XML...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/12/2004

Using Stored Procedures to Access Data in FrontPage

John Jansen, one of the FrontPage testers, submitted this tip about how to access SQL Server SPROCs...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/11/2004

New Article: Creating Managed Add-ins for FrontPage 2003

Hi, everyone, We published a new article called, "Creating Managed FrontPage 2003 Add-ins in C#."...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/05/2004

Securing online content and images

The Internet is a great visual tool for displaying artwork and photos. However, because the source...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/28/2004

Creating ASP event handlers

Here's another tip from Rich Klein about how to create event handler for classic ASP code. If...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/22/2004

Two New Web Casts Coming in August

Hi, all, we have two new Web casts coming in August targeted at FrontPage interoperability with...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/22/2004

Create a custom toolbar to insert HTML tags

In my opinion, one of the coolest features in FrontPage is the VBA object model. I think it's cool...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/14/2004

Add my page to a visitor's Favorites list

Here's a tip that Jim Buyens*, a FrontPage MVP, contributed awhile ago that shows how to create a...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/13/2004

Open a page in a new window of a specific size

I've often seen questions in the FrontPage Programming newsgroup for code to programmatically open a...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 07/06/2004

Introduction to Web Technologies

We just posted a new article for beginning Web developers called Introduction to Web Technologies...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 06/29/2004

Creating borderless input fields

Here's a tip from Rich Klein about how to make borderless input fields. A good way to display data...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 06/25/2004

Retain a visitor-specified value in a drop down list

Here's a tip that Jim Buyens*, a FrontPage MVP, contributed some time ago for retaining a...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 06/22/2004

Working with ASP.NET Controls in FrontPage

I wanted to post a quick note about an add-in that one of the FrontPage testers, Harris Chan,...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 06/18/2004

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