I inserted a new page which must be seen before the home page. How do I swap the order of the pages?

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The new page is my optin page. It must be seen as page 1 of my website. How do I swap the order?
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Do a save as and save your current index page with the name you want it to have. Open your optin page and save it as index. You will get the message that there is already a page named index, do you want to overwrite it? Choose yes, because you have already saved your current index page under another name. You'll need to redo your navigations to reflect the changes. Once you have everything working properly you can go to the File Manager and delete the original page named optin as it is now index.
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Exactly! The first page of the site has to be called index.html. You want to be careful with what you do with an opt in page. Try doing a search for squeeze page and make sure you look to some suggestions on how to provide a good one. A page like this without much content can actually hurt you with search engines.

Here's a Wiki you can read. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squeeze_page


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