When to Add a SubSection
As you are planning out your webpages. It helps to draw a "map" of the information you would like to display on the internet.
For example if you are an English teacher, you would have:
TITLE PAGE - This is where your picture is posted, contact information and your class schedule. (NEVER change the title of this, it should ALWAYS be your last name only)
If you taught 11th grade English and wanted to include information that was more than just a page. For example a syllabus, assignments, vocab words and poetry.
From your TITLE SECTION You would create a SUBSECTION called-- English 11
Under English 11-- section you would then add a page each for syllabus, assignments, vocab & poetry.
The English 11-- section should have a course description or a graphic.
If as an English teacher you also taught Drama and wanted to include information that was more than just a page. For example a syllabus, assignments and reviews.
From your TITLE SECTION You would create a SUBSECTION called-- Drama
Under Drama-- section you would then add a page each for syllabus, assignments and reviews.
If you wanted to have just one page of information about your interest or a page with English links, you would ADD A PAGE to your Title Section.
If you think of SUBSECTION as being Chapter containing a specific topic or subject and adding pages that refer to that subject.
Pages are more like a magazine article or short story, there is no need to divide it into chapters.