In this chapter, you've followed FrontPage Webs from their creation to their relocation to their final deletion. You should be comfortable giving life to new Webs and taking it away when you want to reclaim some disk space.
You also can bring Webs into FrontPage with the Import Web Wizard and take them back out again with the Delete command.
The real family ties in a FrontPage Web occur in the Navigational view, where you take a group of unrelated pages and turn them into a family, complete with parents, children, and siblings.
The navigational structure is one of the things that makes a FrontPage Web different from the other Webs you run across with your browser.
You'll encounter other differences in the coming chapters that make the distinction even more clear.