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What you can do is make your own page in FrontPage, as long as you feel more comfortable when working with it , instead of straight HTML code, and then go on the 'code' tab that Frontpage has and copy and paste the code or parts of it, between the print <<EOF;.......and......EOF
Remember to add any variables that the preview code had.

Or you can copy and paste the html code from the perl script to your code tab at frontpage(without any variables in it of course) and try to change it the way you want, and copy and paste it back from where you got it.

This is realy not the right solution though, but if you don't feel comfortable with perl or html, then i think its your only way out.

If there are more than one part of html code in the perl script, then remember to delete from the html code that fronpage will generate, the <html>,<body>,</html>,</body> tags, and also any other headers including <meta> tags, from the middle parts of your perl script.

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In reply to Re^3: inserting HTML file in a PERL script by tchatzi
in thread inserting HTML file in a PERL script by thetallblondguy

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