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I am using SharePoint 2010.

How can I create a sub-site of a sub-site?

Like this: http://ParentSite/ChildSite/BabySite

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Incase you need to know "from where" do you create a subsite, The flow is fairly straightforward.

  1. Go to site settings of your Parent Site

  2. Site Actions > Site Settings > Site Administration section > Sites and Workspaces > Create

Else the shortcut is http://parentsite/_layouts/mngsubwebs.aspx

After you create your child site, repeat the same steps as outlined in 1.

Else the shortcut is http://parentsite/child/_layouts/mngsubwebs.aspx

From here on you can create the baby site. Incase you want a inner baby , just follow the same steps over again . SharePoint supports subsite under subsite to a large number, so you should plan it carefully and make them contextually relevant.

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When you create a site in SharePoint it is created in the site you are in at the time. So to answer the question:

  1. Create Child site
  2. Navigate to Child site
  3. Create Baby site

Baby site will be a sub-site of Child site.

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