Here's some links to get you started:
Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Web Database Tutorial
Collect Data on the Web More Easily with FrontPage 2000
Publishing your database to the web
To add additional search boxes, in Step 3 of the wizard, click More Options,
and add more search criteria.
To change text boxes to dropdowns, see this:
~ Kathleen Anderson
Spider Web Woman Designs
> which-ever is easiest, i am not a asp or sql expert...
> I just need help to get this done ASAP as it is keeping me up with
> my site....this is the last thing i must do....
> And thanx for the help
> > Do you want to try using the Database Results Wizard or do you want to
> > this 'by hand'?
> > --
> > ~ Kathleen Anderson
> > Spider Web Woman Designs
> > http://www.spiderwebwoman.com/
> > Hi
> > I would like to know how to Search fields in my database but on an
> > level.
> > There are about 6 fields that has to be searched at the same time. The
> > will consist mostly out of dropdown boxes.with values between 0 (for no
> > and) 5. the values for these fields will also be 0 to 5 in the table in
> > database.so if u search for 0 in the DB then it will return a value
> > one(or more) of the field's values are 0
> > How do i get around this.....?
> > Also some of the search criteria will be fields that the user
> > enters(textbox) and the search must look for something "LIKE" or
> > in the DB for that text box.
> > I have no idea how to do this advance search in Frontpage...?
> > Pls need some help
> > Or a website that i can read up on this...???
> > Regards