Viewing a site map

Viewing a site map

You must define a home page for your site before you can display the site map. The site’s home page can be any page in your site; it does not have to be the main page for your site. In this case, the home page is simply the starting point of the map.

To define a home page for a site:

  1. In the Files panel (Window > Files), select a site from the pop-up menu where the current site, server, or drive appears.
  2. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) the file you want to be the home page, then select Set as Home Page.

To view a site map:

  1. To display the site map, in the Files panel (Window > Files), do one of the following:
    • In the collapsed Files panel, select Map View from the Site View pop-up.

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    • In the expanded Files panel, click the Site Map button in the toolbar, then select Map Only or Map and Files.

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      Select Map Only to view the site map without the local file structure, or Site and Map to view the site map with the local file structure.

    The Files panel displays a site map showing the site structure two levels deep.

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  2. Click the Plus (+) and Minus (–) next to a filename to show or hide pages linked below the second level.
  3. Notice the colors in the site map:
    • Text displayed in red indicates a broken link.
    • Text displayed in blue and marked with a globe icon indicates a file on another site or a special link (such as an e-mail or script link).
    • A green check mark indicates a file checked out by you.
    • A red check mark indicates a file checked out by someone else.
    • A lock icon indicates a file that is read-only (Windows) or locked (Macintosh).

Related topics

  • Modifying the site map layout
  • Working with pages in the site map
  • Showing and hiding site map files
  • Viewing the site from a branch


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