Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Renaming a page
Being able to change your Web site as your business changes is important.
And being able to make these changes without having to call in the somewhat
surly (and definitely overpriced) IT guy is, of course, an added bonus.
In addition to adding new pages and rearranging them, you might want to
rename your pages from time to time. Accomplishing that is extremely easy:
1. Click WebSite on the Navigation bar of the Office Live Home page.
The Page Manager opens.
2. In the Page Manager area, click Properties to the right of the page you
want to rename.
The Choose Page Properties page opens, as shown in Figure 5-9.
3. Fill in the pertinent information.
You have three key pieces of information to add here:
• Page Title: This is the name of the page that is shown in your
browser’s address bar.
• Show This Page in the Navigation Bar: This check box determines
whether or not a page appears on the Navigation bar. Use this option
if you want to keep certain pages hidden from public access.
• Navigation Title: This is the official name that appears on the
Optionally, you can also click the Edit Navigation Position button to
change the order of your pages.
the name of
a Web page,
in this case