Two pages at the same level in your site menu (navigation bar) cannot have the same name.
Site Solution will not let you add a page with the exact same name at the same level as another page with that name.
If you try to rename a page with a name that's already taken, Yahoo! Site Solution will automatically change that page's name slightly — adding a hyphen and a number to the end, like About-1 — so the names don't conflict.
Yahoo! Site Solution includes a page's name in the web address for that page. Because each of your pages needs its own web address (much like each house on your street has its own address), each page also needs its own name.
To make the web addresses of your pages nice and neat (and easier to remember), Site Solution will convert uppercase letters in your page name to lowercase when creating the page's address. If your domain name is www.widgetdesigns.com, for example, the address of the page called Contact will look like this:
You can, however, give two subpages in different sections the same name, because the addresses of those pages will be different.
For instance, you might name a subpage of your Photos page "Set One." You could also name a subpage of your Videos page "Set One," because the address of this page would be different — widgetdesigns/videos/set_one instead of widgetdesigns/photos/set_one.
Note: In the example above, if you were to move "Set One" from one gallery to another, Site Solution would automatically modify the name of the moved page slightly (adding a hyphen and number) to prevent a name conflict.
About Special Characters and Spaces
Web addresses cannot include certain special characters (such as $ or @) or spaces. You can include these characters in your page name (such as Contact Me!), but when Yahoo! Site Solution creates that page's web address, it will remove these characters.
The web address of your Contact Me! page, then, will look like this:
(The space has changed to an underscore, and the exclamation point has been removed.)
A Final Note on Similar Names
We recommend giving all of your pages distinct names to help your visitors find what they need, but if you need to create similarly named pages, just remember that they must vary in more than punctuation.
Because Site Solution removes special characters from the name to create the page's web address, pages called Contact Me?, Contact Me!, or even ***Contact Me***, for example, would all have the same web address: www.widgetdesigns.com/contact_me (the space is changed to an underscore and the punctuation and special characters removed).
If you add a similarly named page with different special characters, Site Solution will change the new page's name slightly (adding a hyphen and number to the end) so each page has a unique name.
If you want to create similar pages, then, you'll need to vary the names by letter or number. Try names like Contact 1, Contact 2, and Contact 3 instead.