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Chapter 15. Planning and Mapping Web Sites > Customizing Web Site Shapes

Customizing Web Site Shapes

When you generate a site map, you can select the shapes you want to represent the elements and links that Visio finds as well as the extensions and protocols that will be included. You can specify different shapes for any extension or protocol.

Adding Shapes to a Web Site Map

The quickest way to create a new Web site shape is to drag an existing one from the stencil onto the drawing page and then edit it. The Web site shapes are groups for which subselection behavior has been disabled. If you want to edit one of these shapes, it’s easiest to open the group by selecting the shape and then choosing Edit, Open <Shape Name>. For example, to edit the Graphic shape, select the shape, and then choose Edit, Open Graphic. Visio opens a drawing page for the group, as Figure 15-13 shows, so you can more easily select and edit the shapes that make up the group. When you have made the changes you want, close the window for the group’s drawing page.


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