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          5.10. Structure templates
              5.10.3. Modify current structure template (expert mode)
 5.10.3.1. General options tab (web site) 

First choice in information structuring deals with Web site general structure (figure 4.25).

Home page.

 WIT proposes a default home page (its default HTML code is located in the Data/Templates/homePage-en.html file).
 Any prepared HTML file, produced with a professional HTML editor, can also be used : it should however contain an HTTP link such as href="text/index.html", to access properly to the automatically generated pages.

General site screens organization.

 "Do not use frames": the first site page is the home page. Other pages structure is defined in the "Page" tab.
 "Define a frame for a rapid access table" (left frame for table of contents, or shortcuts). Frame border may be transparent. Frame width (in pixels) can be changed. A default table of contents (a Java applet) can be used : in this case, its size can be modified, and its properties also (background and foreground colors, background image). A prepared HTML file, produced with a professional HTML editor, can be used instead of the Java applet (you will have to specify your shortcuts).
 "Define a title zone" (using a top frame). Frame border may be transparent. Frame height (in pixels) can be changed. A default title can be specified (in this case, it may be not useful to use a textual page header (general title) on each page). Display properties (background image, background and foreground colors) can be modified. A prepared HTML file, produced with a professional HTML editor, can be used instead of default title.

Important remark for prepared HTML files.

These files are produced with external HTML editing tools and may use specific resources (images, applets, data files, etc...).

The best practice is to place them, with their resources, in a special sub directory named "extra" that you must create in the directory where you save your current document.

They will so be taken in account with their resources, at web site creation time.

Fig 4.25 : Site general structure options
Fig 4.25 : Site general structure options