You can create a web page from the main File menu available in the Library or any other document editor. When you create a new web page or open an existing web page, the Web Page Editor launches in a new tab and displays an empty web page (or the selected web page) where you can add and format text, sound, insert images and hyperlinks, and so on. You can save the web page to any folder in the Library and then link to it from one or more documents anywhere in the Library.
If you save a web page to the wrong folder in the Library, you always have the option to move the web page document to another folder. You can also rename a web page at any time without breaking any links from your content to the web page.
Note: The Web Page Editor does not support split views. In a split view, a tab appears for the web page in each pane, with the contents of the web page displayed in the active pane and a Click here to make this Web Page Editor active link appearing in the other. Clicking the link switches the active display of the web page to the other pane.
To create a new web page:
Note: Web pages are not saved automatically, so you should save your work periodically as you add content to your web page.
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