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Rearranging Pages in the Sitemap

With Muse, changing the page order of your website has never been easier. By clicking and dragging the page thumbnails in the Plan Mode sitemap, you can easily rearrange the site structure and page hierarchy for a site. If the Include Page in Navigation feature is enabled (Muse enables this by default), then the new site structure and hierarchy are automatically updated in the site’s nav bars (see Chapter 4, “Adding Navigational Content”).

Click and drag the page thumbnail

  • yellow_1.jpg Choose Plan Mode from the View menu.

  • yellow_2.jpg Hover the cursor over any page or master page in the sitemap. Click and drag the thumbnail to move the page to a new location in the sitemap.

    To place the page between two existing pages, drag the thumbnail between page thumbnails until the blue rectangle appears, and then release the mouse button.

  • yellow_3.jpg To place the page under an existing page and convert it into a child page, drag the thumbnail over the parent thumbnail until the blue rectangle appears underneath it, and then release the mouse button.

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