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Working with Web Site Views

Keeping all but the smallest Web page collections organized would be difficult without a graphical organizer like FrontPage. To suit various needs, FrontPage provides six distinct views of a Web site. To select a particular view, click the Web Site tab above the main editing window, and then click the view tab you want below the main editing window. The six views are:

  • Folders view In this view, you can see a more complete list of a Web site’s files and folders than Design view’s simple Folder List.

  • Remote Web Site view This view compares the contents of the current Web site to those of another and provides commands for transferring content between them.

  • Reports view This view displays interactive reports that help you manage your site.

  • Navigation view In this view, you can create and display the hierarchy of the pages in your site. You create the hierarchy by dragging rectangles representing Web pages into a diagram that resembles an organization chart. Adding a Link Bars component to any Web page then creates a menu corresponding to your hierarchy.

  • Hyperlinks view This view is, in some ways, the reverse of Navigation view. With Navigation view, you create the structure, and the Link Bars component creates the hyperlinks. With Hyperlinks view, FrontPage analyzes your existing hyperlinks and graphically displays links to and from any page.

  • Tasks view This view displays a list of tasks that have been created for the current Web site. In essence, it’s an electronic, multi-user to-do list.


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