July 4th, 2008

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Websites for Writers: Organising your website - part 3

It occurs to me that I've been very slow in my on-going series of blog entries about how to build your website. If you've been trying to follow, apologies for that. If you haven't, well, apologies for dropping it on you now. :)

The previous installments of this little series are here:
Or, you can simply follow all of these journal entries at this web address: http://psamphire.livejournal.com/tag/websites+for+writers. When I'm done with the series, I'll collect all of these entries together, but for now, let's just press on.

Organising your Website - Part 3: From structure to pages

At the end of the last section, you should have been left with a rough structure for your website, in terms of how information was grouped. This didn't represent the pages of the website, nor did it necessarily represent the way you would place the pages on your site.

What we're going to do now--turning the grouped information into pages--is more of an art than a science, but let's give it a go anyway.
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