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Chapter 3. Managing Web Sites > Building a Web Site

Building a Web Site

FrontPage supports five primary ways of populating a new Web site with content. The best choice for a particular job depends, of course, on the nature of the job. Here are the five ways:

  • Manual You create all your Web pages and the hyperlinks that connect them by hand.

  • Navigation view You diagram your site in Navigation view and let FrontPage create the individual Web pages automatically. Components called link bars use the Navigation view structure to automatically create hyperlinks from one page to another.

  • Web Site templates You tell FrontPage the type of content you want, and FrontPage supplies a typical collection of Web pages. This provides a starting point for developing your own pages.

  • SharePoint Team Sites FrontPage creates a generic portal site complete with document libraries, picture libraries, and lists. You can customize this site by adding any libraries, lists, and Web parts you require and by removing those that you don’t.

  • Web packages FrontPage includes a number of prewritten applications as Web packages. When you create a new Web site, you can initialize its content from these packages.


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