Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Rome wasn’t built in a day — or so I’m told — and you’re not going to finish
your Web site in a day, either. Consider your Web site to be a work in progress.
Doing a bit of Web-site decorating
Before you work on individual pages, it’s a good idea to design the elements
common to each page in your site. This helps give your site a more
professional appearance. In addition, visitors will find it easier to navigate your Web
site if all its pages have the same basic look and feel.
Here’s how to get started on your Web-site design:
1. Click WebSite in the Navigation bar of your Office Live Home page.
The Page Manager page opens, as shown in Figure 5-1.
2. Click Edit next to the page you’d like to edit.
The Office Live Web Designer opens. Although you can add as many
pages as you’d like to your Web site, Office Live very nicely starts you
out with four Web pages:
• Home Page: This is the first page visitors will see when they land
on your Web site.
• About Us: This page is a good place to describe the services and
products you offer.