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Chapter 14. Creating Web Sites with Temp... > Understanding Templates and Wizards

Understanding Templates and Wizards

A template is a static unit of content saved for repetitive use. Every time you use a template, the new Web site will be exactly like all the other new sites you created with the same version of the same template. FrontPage provides the following templates for creating a new Web site:

  • Empty Web Site Creates a Web site with nothing in it.

  • One Page Web Site Creates a Web site with a blank home page.

  • Customer Support Web Site Creates a Web site for a company offering customer support on the Internet. This template is designed particularly for computer software companies.

  • Personal Web Site Creates a Web site that represents an individual, with pages for interests, favorite sites, and photos.

  • Project Web Site Creates a Web site that members of a project team might use. It includes Web pages for a list of project members, status reports, the project schedule, an archive area, and ongoing discussion.

  • SharePoint Team Site Creates a specialized Web site that coordinates the activities of a project or workgroup. Your Web server must be running Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services for this feature to work.

    The SharePoint Team Site option is in a class by itself. Choosing this option sets aside a dedicated part of your Web site that supports database-driven lists, document libraries, surveys, document annotation, document subscription, and all the other features of a SharePoint Team Site.


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