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Lesson 12. Managing Web Sites > Solving the site hierarchy

Solving the site hierarchy

When you import a site, GoLive automatically analyzes the links in pages and examines the structure of folders to create a hierarchical structure for the site. This process is called solving the site hierarchy. The initial structure is based on both the pattern of links present on site pages and the hierarchy of the root folder's subfolders.

You should solve a site's hierarchy if you have made changes in your site outside GoLive or if you want to base the site's navigational structure on different principles. For example, if the hierarchy of the root folder's subfolders has nothing to do with the site's navigational logic (as with this site), you might want to base the structure entirely on links.


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