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VIEW AS ROOT

A site map can get rather large and difficult to view. When this happens, you'll know just what to do. You can right-click (Ctrl+click) any other file in the Site Map—as long as it resides locally—and choose View As Root. After doing so, you'll notice that the Site Navigation display has added an arrow followed by a filename for every file in the path to the file being viewed as the root. Clicking any of the files listed in the Site Navigation crumb trail will update the site map to use that file as its root. If you haven't set a home page for your site or if you need to change the current one, you can right-click (Ctrl+Click) a file in the Local Files section of the Site panel and choose Set as Home Page from the context menu.

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