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Chapter 8. Communicating with Your Visitors > Adding Ways to Find Information

Adding Ways to Find Information

Visitors will come to your Web site for many reasons, but the most common is to search for information. A good Web site presents pertinent information on each page in a concise, readable, organized format. Most sites follow a basic structure in the presentation of general information, and many include a specific page that addresses the questions that are most often asked by visitors. The information on this page can cover all aspects of a business or organization, and this page is often an opportunity to present information that doesn’t fit elsewhere.

To simplify the process of finding information on a Web site, especially on a large site consisting of many pages or several levels of pages, it is a good idea to provide a search page through which visitors can locate specific information. FrontPage includes two simple methods of incorporating site search functionality into your Web site: the Current Web Search component and the Search Page template.


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