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Chapter 5. Creating a Web Site from Scratch > Creating an Empty Web Site

Creating an Empty Web Site

Suppose you have tried creating a Web site by using a wizard but you aren’t satisfied with the results. Perhaps the wizard created pages you don’t need and didn’t create pages you do need. You could modify the existing Web site, but you are not sure how to go about it and you are nervous about messing things up. You want to try your hand at creating a Web site from scratch so that you can become more familiar with what’s involved.

With very little effort, you can create the framework upon which to build a new FrontPage-based Web site. Using the empty Web site as a foundation, you can then add pages and link them in any way you want. But the important thing is to get the basic structure of a FrontPage-based Web site in place first.


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