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Adding and Deleting Pages in FrontPage

FP 2000 l FP 2002 l FP 2003

Your new web comes with several pre-designed pages. Browse through your new web to decide what pages you want to delete and what other pages you need to add. You may wish to begin adding some content to help you with this process.

To delete pages from your web, right-click in your Folder List on the file you wish to delete and select "Delete."

You may also go to Folder View to select multiple files. Once again, select the files, then right-click and select "Delete."

To add pages to your web, you may choose to add pages using a page template or by resaving an existing page.

Adding Pages using a Page Template:

 

  1. Go to File/New/Page.
  2. Choose from the list of page templates.
  3. Click "OK" and your new page will be created. Save your new page into your web and save any embedded images into the "images" folder by going to File/Save. Then, go to Navigation View. Drag your page into your navigation structure.
  4. You may need to adjust the properties of your navigation bars. Go back to Page View and right-click on the navigation bars. Select "Navigation Bar Properties." If you need more help, take a look at our Navigation Bar tutorial.

Adding Pages by Resaving an Existing Page

This is useful if you have made some layout changes that you wish to apply to other pages. Simply go to File/Save As and save your page under a different name.

See Steps 3 and 4 above to learn about bringing your new page into navigation view.

*About Saving Pages

When you save your page, you will need to change the file name as well as the page title.

The page title may have spaces in it, and it will show up in your navigation buttons and banners as well as in the Title bar of the browser.

The file name ends in an .htm or .html extension and shows up in your Folder List. It's best to use all lowercase letters; also make sure that there are no spaces -- you can use hyphens or underscores instead. You will probably want to name it similar to your Page Title so that you can easily tell what page it is.

Example:
Page Title: "All About Me"
Good File Names: allaboutme.htm; all_about_me.htm; about.asp
Bad File Names: all about me.htm; About Me.htm

If you have any other questions or concerns about FrontPage templates, please go back to the main support page. If you are ready to start looking through our catalog of hundreds of unique designs, click here.