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Microsoft® Expression® Web Step by Step by Chris Leeds

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Organizing Your Site

Now that you have a collection of pages that are attached to a Dynamic Web Template, it’s time to create some navigation to link them together and some basic text and links for the footer, and to clean up leftover pages and unnecessary files.

It’s easier to keep unused files out of your site on an ongoing basis or at key milestones than it is to allow them to accumulate and then try to clean it all up at the end of the project.

In this exercise, you will create basic navigation, delete unnecessary pages, and organize your site.

Note

USE the CH7 site that you modified in the previous exercise.

OPEN the CH7 site, if it isn’t already open, and close any open pages.

  1. Open the main.dwt file in Split view.

    To make a navigation bar for this ...

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