Expression Web comes with a series of “in box” templates that you can use to get started with. If you go to
Expression Web 1.0 and 2.0: File > New > Web Site > Templates
Expression Web 3.0 and 4.0: Site > New Site > Templates
You are then presented with a list of templates to choose from with a Preview of what it will look like. Make your choice and the site will be created for you. Click on thumbnail for larger image.
Using Personal 4 as an example, the website is created where you have specified on your computer and the following files/folders are created. Click thumbnail for a larger image.
The styles folder contains the various style sheets you can use with the master.dwt. I would leave that folder as is. With the exception of the about_me and resume folder, each of the other folders contains only one page.
My suggestion for using this setup would be to move all of the images to the image folder and move the pages within the folder to the root directory with the default.html page. NOTE: In Expression Web 3.0, the page within each folder is named default.html. This means that you will need to rename the page itself BEFORE moving it into the root directory.
If you intend to use the photo gallery, then leave that folder as is. At the same time, I rename the default.html to index.html. (Use the name for the file that your server requires.)
Your website folder/file system should now look something like this. Click thumbnail for a larger image.
Your newly reorganized website is now ready to work with.
Any of the pages/ folder that you do not need can be deleted BUT remember the links to those pages are not removed if you delete the page/folder. The menu itself is a list and is part of the master.dwt. Edit the list to change or add links.
You may find the menu either to work with by making it an include page. If you need more detailed instructions, read Expression Web and Design Time Includes