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Microsoft FrontPage 2003

Working with Pages in Your Web Site

Working within your FrontPage web site makes file maintenance easier because relationships between files are recognized. Therefore, you are less likely to break links to other files or to images.

return to topDeleting a Web Page

As time goes on, regular updating may not be enough to keep up your site design and changing content. In many cases, you should instead eliminate old pages and create new ones.

While working within your FrontPage site, you will receive a warning if you try to delete a file that is linked to by another file within the site.

Deleting a Page: Quick Menu Option

  1. From the View menu, select Folder List
    The Folder List pane appears.

  2. Right click the page to be deleted » select Delete
    The Confirm Delete dialog box appears.

  3. To delete the page, click YES
    The page is deleted.

Deleting a Page: Keyboard Option

  1. From the View menu, select Folder List
    The Folder List pane appears.

  2. Select the page to be deleted

  3. Press [Delete]
    The Confirm Delete dialog box appears.

  4. To delete the page, click YES
    The page is deleted.

return to topHiding a Page from a Web Browser

You can hide pages that you do not want web browsers to access. Even if you do not provide links to some pages, it is possible that they could be accidentally accessed, so it is best to hide them.

  1. From the View menu, select Folder List
    The Folder List pane appears.

  2. Select the page to be hidden

  3. Click and drag the page to the _private folder
    FrontPage automatically updates links to and from the hidden page.
    NOTE: You may create subfolders (also hidden) for your _private folder.

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