The pages were built using the GUI (Design View) of FP2003; code view was used for reference, but not for direct editing (except for adding HTML that cannot be added from the GUI, for example <code>..</code> tags).
The stability of the finished pages can best be described as quirky - in my opinion the effort required in overcoming the restrictions and correcting mistakes is not worth it.
A better method of incorporating Interactive Buttons on many pages is to use Dynamic Web Templates (DWT).
Although this web was built as a subweb, the text implies that the pages are located in the root of the web; all the principles discussed apply equally to both root webs and subwebs.
The restrictions outlined in restrict.htm make the whole method of using Interactive Buttons in Shared Borders or Include Pages impractical in many cases. However, for the inquisitive and foolhardy, "How To" explains the process of using Interactive Buttons in shared borders. Include pages may be used in a similar manner.
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Revised: 17 February 2008 Review by: 30 December 2008