Thank you very much for taking time to answer my question.
Here is what I am trying to achieve.
I have installed Sharepoint 2010 on server and created default publishing site. I have multiple asp classic public facing websites.
I am looking for how to create these sites using SP2010.
How do I create multiple pages?
Publishing sites have a document library called the Pages library - you can navigate to
and you'll see it and be able to add pages. Also for publishing sites the menu in the upper left will have a Create Page item which does the same thing. You can even create folders and have a nice little
hierarchy inside the pages library.
How do I create site structor?
The really quick answer for this is to go to Site Actions -> Create Site, but you need to justify why you need subsites. Normally you create subsites because you want completely different look/feel/functionality, like having a meeting workspace site
under a team site. Things like Security can be accomplished without any subsites.
I do I configure these sites to share their content (like news), how can I have different urls for each site.
So you'll obviously need a source for the content, lets say a list inside the root site. Other sites can subscribe to the contents of the list using RSS Feeds, its all out of the box SharePoint. SharePoint even has a news site template you can look at,
which has it all set up already.
I understand some of these tasks are more involved, But at least I am looking for a document which shows me how to build a public facing website with multiple pages step by step.
I have seen the video about contoso.com, but not found any documentation on how to build the same step by step.
Thanks for any help.