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Chapter 5. Creating a Web Site from Scra... > Adding a New Web Page to a Web Site

Adding a New Web Page to a Web Site

Adding pages to a Web site is very easy. The first (and only) page that is required for any Web site is the home page. This page appears when a visitor types in the site’s Universal Resource Locator (URL). The home page file is named either default.htm for server-based Web sites or index.htm for disk-based Web sites. When you create a FrontPage-based Web site, FrontPage suggests an appropriate file name for your home page depending on the type of site you are creating. If you initially create a disk-based site with a home page file named index.htm and then publish the site to a server, FrontPage will rename the home page file during the publishing process.

Tip

A new page is not actually part of a Web site until you save it as part of the site.



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