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Chapter 36. Managing Web Sites > Add a Navigation Bar to a Web

Add a Navigation Bar to a Web

It's easy to get lost when you're visiting the pages of a large site on the World Wide Web. One of the ways publishers make these Webs easier to use is through the use of navigation bars—common text or graphic links that are associated with the main pages of the site.

Most commercial news and sports sites have navigation bars that lead to the main topics they cover. A sports site such as ESPN.com has links to its NFL, NBA, NHL, and Baseball pages on a navigation bar that's part of every page. If you dive down several links into ESPN's site while you're reading stories, you can get back to a starting point by using the navigation bar.


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