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Chapter 50. Creating Advanced Web Pages > Planning the Navigation Structure of ...

Planning the Navigation Structure of Your Web Site

If your Web site is a small-sized site of just a few pages or so, you may be able to escape the chore of researching an effective navigational structure for your Web site information. However, if you create and manage medium- to large-sized Web sites, planning is key.

The first order of planning your Web site's navigational structure is to understand the information the site will deliver. Understanding the information can be a major chore unto itself. If you are not completely versed with the information, you may need to become educated, and fast. Use meetings with those in-the-know, visit the organization's library, and read as much as you can on the subject. Find the priorities of the information. Keep an eye toward growth, too—know what information will likely grow in the future. Your understanding of the information can save users' time and money down the road.


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