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Microsoft Office® Access 2007 Inside Out by John Viescas and Jeff Conrad

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Viewing Static HTML Pages

Figure 21-6 shows a simple HTML Web page created as a menu to allow you to link to other pages on the Web site to view reservations and requests. We used Expression Web to create the page and then added two buttons to go to the related pages. We also applied one of the simple Expression Web themes to the page. We asked Expression Web to create the hyperlinks behind the two buttons as relative links to files in the same folder, so the three pages should work together no matter where you publish them as long as all three are in the same folder. (You can find this example page saved as menu.htm in the WebChapters\StaticHTML folder on the companion CD.)

Figure 21-6. You can create a simple HTML menu page easily using Expression ...

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