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Chapter 3. Working with Web Pages and Th... > Inserting a New Page into the Web

Inserting a New Page into the Web

After you've created and saved the new page, you must make the page part of the current web. You might think creating the page when the current web is open in FrontPage should have taken care of that, but it doesn't.

You add the page to the current web by linking the page to either your site's home page (which in most cases will have the name index.htm) or to any other subordinate page in the web.

To add the new page to the navigational structure of your web, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Navigation icon on the Views bar. The current navigational structure of your page appears.

  2. To the left of the Navigation view, a Folder List should appear. If you don't see a list of all the pages available in the web (in the Folder List), click the Folder List button on the toolbar.

  3. To add the new page to the structure of the web, locate the file in the Folder List, and then drag the file onto the Navigation view, placing the box that represents the file underneath your home page. Figure 3.4 shows a page named "all about whales.htm" being added to the web structure.

    Figure 3.4. The Navigation view makes it easy for you to add new pages to your web.

After the page has been added to the web structure, it appears as a page box, as the other pages in the web appear when you are using the Navigation view. If you want to view the page itself, double-click its page box in the Navigation view and it will open in Page view.

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