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Chapter 5. Understanding FrontPage-Based... > Organizing Web Pages and Sites

Organizing Web Pages and Sites

Web sites are more than the sum of their parts. When Web pages work together effectively, their organization, their cohesion, and their ability to provide for each Web visitor’s mind-set and interest is what makes hypertext such a different experience from print.

To manage and administer your Web content in FrontPage, you organize Web pages into units called FrontPage-based Web sites. Physically, a Web site is a folder tree located somewhere on your local hard disk, on a file server, or on a Web server. Logically, it’s a file area gifted with intelligence about the files it contains and the relationships among them. FrontPage leverages this intelligence to make your job as a Web designer easier.


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