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Chapter 3. Managing Web Sites

Planning Your web Environment79
Creating a FrontPage-Based Web Site81
Opening a FrontPage-Based Web Site85
Working with Web Folder Lists88
Building a Web Site93
Managing Page Appearance104
Laying Out Pages116
Publishing Your Web Site120


Creating Web pages one-by-one is certainly a useful task, but realistically, you can’t present much content on a single page. All but the simplest projects require interrelated Web pages numbering in the dozens, hundreds, or more. Additionally, because each Web page typically uses several constituent files, the total number of files to create, interconnect, and maintain over time can be intimidating.


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