|Integration with Microsoft® FrontPage
Likno Web Button Maker provides seamless integration with Microsoft FrontPage allowing you to either create new web buttons and insert them into your web pages directly from Microsoft FrontPage, or select an existing Likno Web Button Maker project.
When you install the Likno Web Button Maker Add-In for Microsoft FrontPage, a new menu item is added to the Microsoft FrontPage menubar:
The Insert Button option lets you create a new web button (or button family) and import it into your Microsoft FrontPage web page project!
In order to do so, you only need to select and open the web page where you want to add your buttons to...
Then in the menubar you will find the WebButtonMaker menu through which you can select to Insert or Edit a web button...
If you select to insert a button you will be able to choose between importing from a new project or from an existing one. If you select to work on a new project, Likno Web Button Maker will be opened from where you will be able to create the web button and save it as a wbm project. If you select to import an existing project, you will then be asked to choose the project you want to work with. When ready, click on the OK button...
The Edit Button option lets you edit an existing web button (made previously with Likno Web Button Maker through the Add-In). When editing a button from Microsoft FrontPage, your Likno Web Button Maker application will be opened and you will be able to make the relevant changes. When finished click on "Export to Microsoft FrontPage" from the File menu so that the updated button will be exported to your Microsoft FrontPage project.
Upon returning to Microsoft FrontPage, you will notice that a copy of your project was saved under the root folder of your website, an "lwbm" folder was created under your "images" folder for your button images to be saved in, and the related HTML code for your button has been automatically inserted in your document along with an HTML comment tag which relates your button to the wbm project.