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Chapter 3. Creating a Web Site > Rearranging a Web Site’s Structure

Rearranging a Web Site’s Structure

The ability to let you quickly restructure your Web site while preserving links between pages is one of FrontPage’s best features. Such rearranging is done in the navigation view, where FrontPage presents an easy to understand set of linked boxes, much like an organization chart. This is very handy when you’re roughing out a new site and want to experiment with different structures. Move a page—or a whole group of pages—and see if you like it. If not, you can easily move it again. Most importantly, not a single hyperlink will be broken in the process.

To rearrange a single page

1.
If you’re not already in navigation view, click the Navigation icon in the Views Bar.

2.
Click inside the right-hand pane on the page you want to move. The page will turn from yellow to blue (Figure 3.14).

Figure 3.14. To move a page, first click inside the Navigation pane and the page will change color.


3.
As you drag the page, FrontPage will draw a gray line to possible new destinations for the page (Figure 3.15). Continue dragging the page until the line connects to your intended destination (Figure 3.16).

Figure 3.15. As you drag the selected page, a gray line will indicate possible new page destinations.


Figure 3.16. Continue dragging the page until the line connects to your intended destination.


4.
Release the cursor and the page will move from its original position to its new place in the Web site’s structure (Figure 3.17).

Figure 3.17. Release the cursor and the page will move from its original position to its new place in the Web site’s structure.



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