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  Question Asked By: Mario Owens   on Apr 05 In Sharepoint Category.

Question Answered By: Orlando Silva   on Apr 05

That navigation bar is only meant to display Topic areas; any new top level Topics automatically gets a link to it put into that bar. There's nothing stopping you from using Front page  2003 to add a static link to whatever you want "around" that bar.

There's a million-gazillion ways to help users get to a particular WSS site: the Links For You web  part on the main portal page (and the similar one in My Site for using Add To My Links), custom Links lists, any HTML/Rich Text web parts, use the Favourites in Internet Explorer, drag the shortcut to the desktop, etc. etc.

The best method: the existing Sites Directory. Why reinvent the wheel? It's only one click away...

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