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How to Add a New iWeb Page to Your Mac OS X Snow Leopard Web Site

4 of 8 in Series: The Essentials of Building a Web Site with Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s iWeb application makes it easy to add pages to your Web site. For example, you might want to add Photo and About Me pages to a new site. After you add them, you can edit them.

  1. Open the site to change.

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    If you have multiple sites in your Site Organizer list, click the top-level heading for the desired site to select it.

  2. Click the Add Page button on the toolbar at the bottom of the iWeb window.

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    Alternatively, choose File→New Page, press Command+N, or Control-click or right-click the site header in the Site Organizer and select New Page.

    Want to start with an existing page as a basis for a new page? Right-click that page entry in the Site Organizer and choose Duplicate. iWeb creates a new page with exactly the same contents and adds it to the site.

    Pages are listed under the main site heading in outline format, making it easy to expand or collapse a site by clicking the familiar rotating triangle icon next to the site heading.

Deleting a page — or a whole site, for that matter — is easy in iWeb. Right-click the offending page or site heading in the Site Organizer and choose Delete Page/Delete Site. Note that iWeb doesn’t prompt you for confirmation here, so these aren’t commands to toy with.

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