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Chapter 2. Creating a Web Site > Working with Navigation View

Working with Navigation View

The Navigation view structures the pages of a web in the form of a flowchart. The web is displayed in a hierarchical format, with the home page, or Mother page, at the top of the chart. The pages that branch off directly from the home page (Parent page) are considered Child pages of the home page.

Any page that links directly to the home page is a Child page, but it can also be a Parent page if it, in turn, produces Child pages that link to it. Each page that opens one tier below the page it is linked to is a Child page. The terms Parent and Child page are therefore relational in nature. The higher page in the hierarchy will always be the parent to any linked lower page, which will always be the child. Therefore, a second-level page can be both the Child of a page and the Parent page of a lower-level Child page.


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