Designing the Site Architecture and Navigation

The folder structure, page organization, and navigation of a site go hand in hand. Besides keeping the site “clean” and logically organized, the designer has an opportunity to improve usability by designing the basic folder structure of the site. By naming the folders intuitively and pertinently to the information their pages contain, they can actually attain higher search engine results and make it easier for people to share links to specific pages or sections of the site.

In this section, you will arrange the structure of the site, create a Dynamic Web Template to ease the creation, deployment, and maintenance, and then add navigation to tie it all together.

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