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-When you want to create a new view you can enter the following information about it.
-First, you must enter a <strong>view name</strong>. This is the unique name of the view. It must contain only alphanumeric characters and underscores; it is used to identify the view internally and to generate unique theming template names for this view. If you are overriding a module provided view, the name must not be changed or a new view will be created instead of overriding.
-You can enter a <strong>description of the view</strong>. This description will appear on the Views administrative UI to tell you what the view is about.
-You can enter a <strong>view tag</strong>. It will be used help sort views on the administrative page.
+<p>When you want to create a new view navigate to <strong> Structure > Views </strong>. There you can see all the views specified. Fresh install has a few examples ready and you can choose "edit" to investigate how the is made. To create a new view press "Add new view".</p>
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+<div class="help-box" style="text-align:center">
+<a href="path:images/views3-views-all.png"><img src="path:images/views3-views-all.png" /></a>
+<em>All the created Views</em>
+</div>
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+<p>You can enter the following information about it.</p>
+<p> First, you must enter a <strong>view name</strong>. This is the unique name of the view. It must contain only alphanumeric characters and underscores; it is used to identify the view internally and to generate unique theming template names for this view. If you are overriding a module provided view, the name must not be changed or a new view will be created instead of overriding.</p>
+<p> You can enter a <strong>description of the view</strong>. This description will appear on the Views administrative UI to tell you what the view is about. You can enter a <strong>view tag</strong>. It will be used help sort views on the administrative page.</p>
You must choose a view type.
<dl>
<dt>Node</dt>