The structure of a website is its navigation. You can build hundreds of webpages but if you don't link them together, people can't get to them from your homepage. In the editor this is done with the navigation bar. The left column of most pages includes two sections: the navigation bar and the quote box. These can both be edited.
On this page, the gray box is the navigation bar, and the quote box is empty. (The two lines below the navigation bar constitute the top and bottom of the quote box.)
To make a Navigation bar do the following:
Decide a logical order for your web pages to be listed (Alphabetical, by department, etc...).
Delete the placeholder text and type your desired links in their place.
Select the text you want to turn into a link.
Click the Create/Edit Link button on the tool bar.
Type the address that the link points to in the address bar and click insert.
To edit a link, select all the text of the link and click the Create/Edit Link button to change the address the link points to. To remove a link, select the text of the link and click the Break Link button.