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During this hour, you learned how to use FrontPage 2002's built-in themes to establish the graphic appearance of a Web. FrontPage has themes suited to a variety of purposes: corporate sites, personal home pages, hobbies, and more.

If the software's built-in themes did not fit a project, you learned how to create your own theme by customizing an existing one.

Themes define several different aspects of a Web, including its background picture, link bars, and the color of text, headings, and hyperlinks. They can make use of advanced Web design features such as JavaScript to cause buttons to change in response to mouse movements on a page.

If you can develop your own graphics, plug them into new themes for an easy way to establish the appearance of a page or an entire Web.

If you're not graphically inclined, themes are a good way to hide this fact.

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