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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office FrontPage® 2003 by Kate J. Chase, Jennifer Ackerman Kettell

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Planning a FrontPage Site

FrontPage isn't just a page-design tool, it's also a full-featured site management package. To take full advantage of those features, however, you need to think in terms of designing a site rather than just a page, and that takes planning. Even the smallest, one-page site can benefit from a bit of advance design. As soon as you add a picture to your page, your one-page site has grown to a multifile site—and you're well on your way to losing track of your files (see Figure 2.1). Welcome to the wonderful world of file management, just one aspect of site planning.

Figure 2.1. This site might look simple—just a place to promote my books and post deep thoughts—but it actually contains more than a dozen pages, three dozen ...

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