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Chapter 3. Creating a Web Site > To create pages within a Web site structure

To create pages within a Web site structure

1.
Once you open a Web site (see page 43), switch to navigation view by clicking the Navigation icon in the Views Bar (Figure 3.1).

Figure 3.1. Click the Navigation icon in the Views Bar to switch to navigation view.


2.
Within the navigation pane, click on the page to which you want to add a page. The selected page will change from yellow to blue.

3.
Right-click and choose New > Page from the shortcut menu (Figure 3.2). You also can add a new page by pressing . The new page will appear with a generic name (Figure 3.3).

Figure 3.2. To add a new page to your Web structure, right-click and choose New > Page from the shortcut menu


Figure 3.3. The new page, with a generic name, will appear attached to the selected page.


4.
Continue adding pages until you’ve roughed out as much of the Web site as you want (Figure 3.4). You’re now ready to title, rename, and rearrange your Web site’s new pages.

Figure 3.4. By using the New Page command repeatedly, you can quickly rough out a Web site structure.


Tips

  • To give yourself more screen space to work with, you may want to hide the Folder List pane by choosing View > Folder List, clicking the Folders icon in the toolbar, or clicking the X in the Folder List pane (Figure 3.5).

    Figure 3.5. Hide site folders and files by choosing View > Folder List (left), clicking the Folders icon in the toolbar (middle), or clicking the X in the Folder List pane (right).

  • While Figure 3.2 shows a page being added to the Home Page, you can use the same steps to add a page to any other page you select, as in Figure 3.4.



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