|Web Site: The collection of pages that one person is responsible for.||Web page: One page viewed in a browser such as Netscape|
|Only seen by the WebMaster||The only part of the site that a visitor sees.|
|Front Page Explorer||Front Page Editor|
|Manage the organization and hierarchy of a site: including pages and graphics
View and test the hyperlinks of an entire site.
|Design and edit pages.
Once you create a new page, immediately type in a distinctive Heading at the top and then save it with an appropriate Name and Title. If you don't do this, you are doomed to mess things up.
Use Tables to structure your page. We have used a 2-Row by 2-Column table with the icon in the first cell and the page heading in the second cell. Int he Table menu, you can select cells, add and delete columns and other table related stuff.
Put Navigation bars on each page. A navigation bar is a set of hyperlinks to related pages. Every page must have at least one hyperlink to another page. Every page should be hyperlinked to the home page. Navigation bars are usually put along the left side or in a line immediately below the first heading. Nav bars are also often put at the end of the page in addition to elsewhere.
Save the page you are working on periodically. Do a Save As only when you want to create a new page with the same format as the old page. If you get asked for a page name and title, you are doing a Save As.
Normal view is for editing a page, Preview is to test hyperlinks. After you test links in Preview, Normal view will take you to the first page you came from. If links do not work right in Preview or the pages do not show your latest changes, quit Editor and start up again.
Use Properties to set and change things on your page:
|Color, size, bold, italic*||Link to||Select Image, set border||Alignment, color, width||Color, border style, width||Background image or color|