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64 Chapter 6 . Manage Sites with FrontPage Any experienced Webmaster will tell you that the majority of the work involved with running a Web site is not in the creation of the pages, but in the management of the site. For example, if you ever change a picture in your site, you will need to make sure that all of the links to that picture reflect the new name of the image file. Move a page, rename a page, and once again link management comes into play. The Web management tools provided in FrontPage 2003 enable you to keep track of what's going on in your Web site. In this chapter, you'll learn how to: · · · · · Navigate between different management views Work with folders and pages using Folder view Organize your site's navigation structure using Navigation view Examine your site's links in Hyperlink view Create tasks to keep your workflow organized