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Elvis really liked to eat. Right now we have a of couple pages about foods Elvis liked. But as our web site grows we'll need a whole area devoted to food. Let's create a Folder for food information.
Folder from the "Select type to add..." list.
food for the folder id.
Elvis and Food for the folder title.
Now we've got some place to put our food related resources. Let's move some objects into this folder.
meatloaf documents by
clicking their check boxes.
food folder to enter it.
Now that we've moved some objects, we need to update the links to them because an object's URL is related to its location.
Return to the
home.html document in the
by clicking on the
lesson3 location link and then clicking
Change the links to the sandwiches, pie and cake documents to:
<p> Elvis liked to eat <a href="food/sandwiches">sandwiches</a>, <a href="food/pie">pie</a>, and <a href="food/meatloaf">meatloaf</a>. </p>
Save Changes button.
View tab at the top of the screen.
Notice that the food resources are now correctly linked from the home page in their new location.
Congratulations you've performed your first web site overhaul!
You can organize Zope object in folders. You can create new folders and move objects between folders.
Folders contain other Zope objects.
Moving a Zope object between folders changes its URL.
In the next lesson you'll learn how to change the look and feel of your site.
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