We have described how modules and projects are managed in WTP. You now should have enough knowledge to start exploring these project styles and customizing them as you see fit.
Web projects are very flexible, but they can't model every style of project that you can imagine or that is in use somewhere. Our advice to you is to use one of the more popular templates, such as the default ones created by WTP, or widely published conventions such as Maven. You can build on top of existing know-how and make use of the experience that is readily available. When you are organizing your development, the last thing you want to be is surprised, so do take advantage of well-established best practices.
You can now proceed to either Chapter 7, which covers the presentation layer, or Chapter 8, which covers business logic, depending on the type of development you want to start.