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Adding pages

In the next two sections you'll add pages using two different methods. First you'll add new pages to the Travel section using the New Pages dialog box. With this method, new pages inherit minimal properties from the parent page. Properties inherited by the child pages are the properties displayed in the Page tab of the Inspector for the parent page. You can override inherited properties at any time by changing the values in the Page tab of the Inspector for the child page. This method of adding pages is often used when the site architecture is not fully developed or there is little or no commonality among the child pages.

Then you'll add new pages to the Customer Service section using the Section tab of the Section Inspector. With this method, the child pages inherit all the properties in the Section tab of the Inspector for the parent page. When you select the child pages, the target directory and template do not show up in the Page tab of the Inspector, as it is assumed that the child inherits the parent properties. You can override the inherited properties at any time by changing the properties in the Page tab of the Inspector for the child page. Adding pages using the Section tab is preferred when the site architecture structure is more developed.


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