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The Navigation View

To this point in the chapter, we've been working in the Site window, a file-hierarchy–oriented view of your GoLive site. You can also look at your site graphically, as a hierarchy of pages (Navigation view) or as a collection of links (Links view). In this section, I'll show you the Navigation view, and how you can use it to approach your site as a hierarchy of dependent pages.

Think of the Navigation view as a bird's eye view of your Web site. Starting with your home page, the Navigation view displays miniature representations of each page in the site and the relationships that connect them to one another. The home page is the parent page for the entire site. Each linked page is a child of the home page and a sibling to other pages on that level. The Navigation view shows these relationships in graphical terms, just as the Design view does (see Chapter 14, "Building Sites" ).


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