Web site structure and management is one of the most important and overlooked aspects of web design. If you begin your site with a clear structure, adding more pages will be easy.

A webpage is merely an index to different files, whether they are fill-in forms, photos, large clickable images, hyperlinks, PDF files, sounds, videos for downloading, etc. Since one webpage may have several files linked to it, a website may have hundreds. Making sure that you, as the designer, know where all the links live on your server and that they are functional is a daunting task. That is why a good site structure is very important to maintain good organization of your site. This tutorial will not teach you how to design a Web site, but will introduce how to logically organize and manage difference files for Web publishing and maintaining.