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    Hello,

    I use Microsoft Front Page 2002 to make my website. It adds so many extra tags which makes the page very big! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_frown.gif[/img] I dont know HTML so i can not remove it.

    Can you please tell me how can I remove extra tags? Or is there any software for it?

    Thanks in Advance [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

    [ 07-12-2002: Message edited by: eaglefire ]

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    are you certain that you generated that page in MS FP?
    It doesn't seem as "bulky" as others I have seen.

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    Tables are a real menace for adding to your HTML size, but there seems to be a lot of tags like "class" for your tables. 55Kb does seem a little large for a start page, but not excessive.

    I'm not a FrontPage fan myself, I use Namo Web Editor which seems to be more compact with the HTML and less likely to muck around with anything you've coded yourself.

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    ISHALLRULE IS CLEARLY A SPAMMER :mad:

    Can we kick him off the boards?

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    Hmmm? If I dont reply for 2 hours I become a spammer, LOL

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