Adding Links Between Web Pages

When you use a wizard to create a Web site, the site’s navigation system is created for you. You can quickly move from page to page without needing to understand the underlying mechanisms that make this instant navigation possible. When you create a Web site by hand, however, you need to know how to create a system of navigation from the ground up. And if you ever need to make changes to an existing site—no matter how it was created—you need to understand the basics of navigation to avoid breaking things.

You are already familiar with the hyperlinks used to move among pages and items of information on a page. You might even have created a few. But with FrontPage, you can create much more sophisticated navigation systems ...

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